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Drowning reported in Tumon

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - GFD units are responding to a drowning beach side Hilton Resort and Spa Call was received just before 1 o'clock. CPR is being conducted on scene. According to GFD spokesperson Lt. Ed Artero man in his 60's was transported to GMH.

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