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Deon Cruz, 20, dies after Ordot car crash

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A 20-year-old man is dead following a serious car crash in Ordot this week. He has been identified as Deon Cruz of Talofofo.

Police responded to a two-car crash on Route 4 in Ordot near the Sunshine Plaza on Monday. Cruz was rushed to the Guam Memorial Hospital. He was injured. But authorities confirmed today that Cruz didn't survive.

Guam Highway Patrol officers were back on the scene this morning investigating. A makeshift memorial has been set up at the site in Cruz's memory. Police have yet to determine if speed, alcohol or drugs were factors of the crash.

They are also awaiting for an autopsy to be performed.

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