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Airport Road crash victim still critical

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The man involved in Sunday's serious crash on Airport Road remains in critical condition.

Guam Police Highway Patrol officers spent Wednesday morning conducting their investigation at the scene of the crash.

It happened Sunday afternoon on route 10a near Papa's Restaurant. The unidentified man was found unconscious and not responding. He was rushed to the Guam Memorial Hospital. No additional details about the investigation have been released at this time.

Also, under investigation is the first traffic-related fatality of 2019.

On Jan. 4, police responded to a hit-and-run accident along Route 15 by Chalan Momi and Tun Juan Dolores Street in Yigo. The victim, 27 year old Ocando Sones, was walking in the area when he was hit by a car. Witnesses have since told authorities that a blue colored sedan was seen fleeing the area. An autopsy revealed Sones died from massive head trauma.

Police continue to search for the person responsible for his death.

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