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4 People Dead After Serious Crash in Yigo

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Guam Fire Department Spokesperson Lt. Ed Artero confirms 4 out 5 people involved in a two car crash died. The crash occurred in Yigo along Route 15 Sunday afternoon just after one o'clock.

GFD and Guam Memorial Hosptal officials confirm the following

1- One individual was found dead at the scene

2-CPR was being performed on a male (age and name not provided at this time) on the way to GMH. He was pronounced dead at GMH at 2:15pm.

3-CPR was being performed on a female (age and name not provided at this time) on the way to GMH. She was pronounced dead at 2:07pm.

4-GMH received a patient (information not available) from Naval Hospital who had passed away.

5-GMH is evaluating a female.

KUAM News also confirms that there were doctors from Naval Hospital that were actually in the area and assisted medics. We're told they jumped in the ambulances to help the patients on the way to the hospitals.

 

 

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