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Teen rescued after major fall

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - A male teen was rushed to the Guam Memorial Hospital on Sunday afternoon after he was found on a ridge off Bello Road in Dededo.  GFD Spokesperson Lieutenant Phil Camacho says medics received a report of a 14 year old possibly intoxicated teen at 12:49 pm.  Medics arrived on the scene and learned that the teen fell, slid and rolled off the top of the hill and landed on a ridge about 30-40 feet. The teen was initially unconscious.  Rescue personnel were able to get to the teen and he is alive and complaining of pains to his back.  He was taken to GMH.  It is unclear how the teen fell and whether officials were able to confirm if he was under the influence of alcohol.

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