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GFD Hazmat Responding to Incident at Agana Shopping Center

by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Three people were rushed to the Guam Memorial Hospital after falling ill while at the Agana Shopping Center Tuesday evening. According to Guam Fire Department Spokesperson Lt. Ed Artero E911 received a report of a foul odor at the Agana Shopping Center just before 8 o'clock at night. Artero says it was reported that a total of 16 people were feeling light-headed and nausea, but only seven stayed back to be evaluated by medics. Of the seven, three were transported to the Guam Memorial Hospital. Artero says GFD's Hazmat Team has been activated and is conducting tests to determine the source of the foul odor. The results of those tests are still pending.

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