Staff Reports Pacific Daily News/USA TODAY Network
Published 12:19 AM EDT May 15, 2019
Correction: Guam Fire Department earlier gave a different age of the man injured in the crash. This story’s since been corrected.
Medics rushed a man to the hospital after a vehicle ran off the road Wednesday afternoon near Pay-Less Markets in Oka, Tamuning, according to Cherika Chargualaf, acting Guam Fire Department spokeswoman.
The 911 call was made at about 1:44 p.m. Medics arrived at about 1:47 p.m. and took him to the Guam Memorial Hospital, Chargualaf said.
CPR was performed en route to the hospital. The man is in his 50s, Chargualaf said.
In the meantime, authorities have closed off the roadways surrounding the crash.
Sgt. Paul Tapao, spokesman for the Guam Police Department, said the intersection of Gov. Carlos Camacho Road and Farenholt Avenue is closed.
Motorists are asked to find alternate routes and expect delays traveling through the area.
This story is developing.
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