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Crash in Tamuning

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - Highway patrol has launched an investigation to find what caused an auto pole crash in tamuning this morning. 

According to guam police department spokesperson officer Aj Balajadia, the call was received just before six a.m. Motorists are asked to take alternate routes for at least two hours as all six lanes from GPO to golden motel are closed.

Balajadia says the male operator of a 2006 Chevy truck lost control of his vehicle and struck a concrete pole on rt14 near great national insurance. The male operator as well as the female passenger were transported to Gmh for serious injuries. 

Motorists should be advised the investigation has shifted from elite bakery to golden motel. All six lanes are closed. Motorists are asked to take alternate routes.
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