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Elementary school student hit by car in Dededo

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A Finegayan Elementary School student was hit by a car around 7 o’clock Wednesday morning near a bus stop in the Astumbo area. Both the Guam Police Department and Guam Fire Department responded to the incident. The student was taken to the hospital for injuries. School officials are also in contact with the parents of the injured child. The student’s condition has not yet been released. Dededo Mayor Melissa Savares says the kid was very lucky medics were at GRMC, because Astumbo fire station which is currently closed would have been the closest to respond.

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