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Person seriously injured after being hit by car in Mangilao

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - In less than 24 hours the Guam Fire Department is responding to another auto-pedestrian incident. According to GFD Spokesperson Lt. Ed Artero the latest one occurred just before 9:30pm along Rt. 10 in Mangilao by KNS Mart. Artero adds serious injuries are involved and that CPR was being conducted on a patient enroute to the hospital.

Currently a man is in critical condition at the Guam Memorial Hospital after being hit by a car in Tamuning around 10:30pm on Tuesday.
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