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Tumon drowning victim identified as 90-year-old Shang-Yun Wu from Taiwan

Tumon drowning victim identified as 90-year-old Shang-Yun Wu from Taiwan

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The man who was pulled out of Tumon waters on Wednesday and died shortly after had been identified as 90-year-old Shang-Yun Wu. An autopsy performed today concluded he died from asphyxia due to drowning. Wu had been swimming in the waters near Hyatt Regency Guam. He was a Taiwanese tourist.

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