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Cop may have been at fault in July 4 crash

Posted: Jul 10, 2018 4:08 PM Updated:

Police now say it might be the officer's fault in that two-car collision in the early morning hours of July 4. Crash investigators from the Highway Patrol Division indicate possible violations by the officer, who was in an official vehicle when the crash occurred just after midnight on Marine Corps drive in front of K-Mart.

The cop - whose name has not been released - was injured in the accident, and transported to the Guam memorial hospital. An Internal Affairs division  administrative investigation is also underway to determine if there were any violations of GPD policies and procedures.

Weather and road conditions may also have been a factor. The crash occurred during the time Tropical storm Maria was approaching.

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