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Man killed after being hit by car in Upper Tumon late Friday Night.

Man killed after being hit by car in Upper Tumon late Friday Night.

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One man is dead after being hit by a car in Upper Tumon late Friday. It happened on route 1 - Marine Corps Drive near St. John’s school just before midnight, according to Guam Police Department spokesperson Sgt. Paul Tapao. Investigators say the man was walking on the sidewalk when he fell onto the street and was hit by a car traveling southbound. Medics rushed him to the Guam Memorial Hospital after he was found unconscious and unresponsive. He was in critical condition, but later was later pronounced dead Saturday afternoon. His identity has not yet been released. No arrests have been made at this time. GPD’s highway patrol division is investigating. 

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