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Car crash victim remains in intensive care unit at GMH

 


GUAM - 18 year-old Charlie Tropel remains in critical condition on a respirator in the intensive care unit at the Guam Memorial Hospital. Tropel was driving his red sedan on Route 3 when he lost control and slammed into a concrete utility pole crushing the front end of his car. He had to be removed from the vehicle by the Fire Department. Police are still investigating the cause of the crash and have not said whether speed or alcohol are factors.

 

 

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