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Speed not a factor in fatal auto-ped incident

by Jolene Toves

Guam - The investigation into the auto pedestrian accident last week which claimed the life of 23 year old Reren Rimuo has ruled out speed as a contributing factor according to GPD spokesperson Officer Art Paulino. He adds that while the driver of the Nissan Sentra was not under the influence of alcohol. They are awaiting toxicology reports on the victim.

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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