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Man in his 60's drowns in Tumon

Man in his 60's drowns in Tumon

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Tragic news out of Tumon... A man in his 60's, believed to be a tourist, is dead after a reported drowning earlier today. It happened at the beachside of Hyatt hotel around 11 am. Guam Fire Department spokesperson Kevin Reilly says CPR was performed on the victim. He was taken from the scene by ambulance to the Guam Regional Medical City but didn't survive. His name has not yet been released. Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Aurelio Espinola confirms an autopsy is scheduled for Thursday afternoon.

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