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Names of victims of Sunday crash released

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - The names of the individuals who died in a head on collision Sunday in Yigo have been released.  As we reported two vehicles were involved a sedan and a pickup.    A total of four people were in a Toyota Corolla, three died. They were the driver 64-year old Damiano Neth, his wife 63-year old Markarita Neth, and their 10-year old granddaughter.  The lone survivor was their 22-year-old Neice Kervinia Hikuta.   As for the driver of the Chevy Silverado truck who died, he was identified as 61-year old Ruhney W. Hadley. According to police spokesperson Officer AJ Balajadia the Corolla was heading north on Route 15 near the Guam Raceway Park, then the driver of the truck lost control ran off the roadway and veered back on to Route 15 hitting the sedan head on. 

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