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Accident near Polaris Point stopped traffic for several hours

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Agat Precinct Command units responded to a Auto Ran Off Roadway, Rt.1 by Polaris Point late Sunday night. 

Female operator of a Nissan Quest Van was traveling south bound, Route 1, in the inner most lane, when the driver of a 1992 Jeep Wrangler appeared behind her at a high rate of speed, clipping the rear right corner panel of her van, then crossing over the median overturning off the roadway in a ditch, southbound.

The male operator was transported to Naval Hospital. 

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