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Driver involved in Piti accident fighting for his life

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A man fights for his life after losing control of his vehicle and running off the road. The incident occurred around 7:30 Sunday night near Polaris Point.

According to police, the driver of a 1992 Jeep Wrangler was reportedly speeding when he clipped another vehicle, crossed over the median, and overturned off the roadway into a ditch on the southbound side.

Roads were closed for hours while Highway Patrol was activated to investigate.

The driver remains in critical condition at Naval Hospital where he is being treated for head trauma.

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