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Police investigate two auto pedestrian incidents

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Two people are being treated at the Guam Memorial Hospital for injuries they sustained when they were struck by cars in separate incidents.  A 17-year-old male sustained injuries to his lower body after he was struck by a car on Friday night on Harmon Loop Road.

The report came in just before 11pm Friday night.  GFD Spokesperson Lieutenant Phil Camacho says medics responded to the incident and the teen sustained severe injuries to his lower body. Because the Guam Memorial Hospital's CT scan is down, the pedestrian was taken to Naval Hospital and was later transported to GMH where his condition is unknown.  Police were also called to investigate if speed or alcohol were involved. 


At 12:40 police and medics were called to another auto-pedestrian incident this time at Route 1 and GTA.  Lt. Camacho says a 70-year-old woman was injured and sustained injuries to her lower body.  She was taken to GMH where her condition is unknown.  

Police are investigating both incidents and have not released any information about either incident.

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