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Investigation continues into Anigua auto-ped incident

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The investigation continues in the fatal auto pedestrian incident that happened Wednesday night in Anigua. According to the Guam Police Department, the operator of the vehicle is being re-interviewed.  There is no word yet on whether speed or alcohol were contributing factors in the collision that left 23-year-old Reren Rimuo dead. 

Rimuo was crossing Marine Corps Drive from the 76/Circle K gas station when a Nissan Sentra traveling northbound collided with her while she was in the inner lane.

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