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2 People injured in 3 Car Collision

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The Guam Fire Department rushed two people to the U.S. Naval Hospital in Agana Heights early this morning after a three car crash in Hagatna. According to GFD Spokesperson Lt. Phil Camacho the report was made just before 5 o'clock Saturday morning of a serious crash near the Chamorro Village along Marine Corps Drive.

The two who were transported to USNH were together in one car. Lt. Camacho says one was a man who appeared to be suffering from pains to his upper extremity and loss of consciousness. The other was a woman who was also unconscious and appeared to be suffering from a lower extremity fracture.

There were two other people in the other two vehicles who were treated at the scene and refused treatment.

KUAM is waiting more information from the Guam Police Department as to the cause of the crash.

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