Micronesia News

Friday, December 2, 2022

Port Authority of Guam: Man died in crane incident

A man reportedly injured on a gantry crane at the Port last week was confirmed to have died during the incident. On Nov. 25, Guam Fire Department units, along with additional rescue units, responded to the Port Authority of Guam at 11:53 a.m. to a report of an injured person, according to GFD spokesperson Nick Garrido. On Thursday, the Port confirmed in its November newsletter that the man, Anthony Celis, died during the incident. "An incident occurred on Friday, November 25, 2022, during the Demolition Project on Gantry 2 being conducted by Guam Shipyard," the Port stated in the newsletter. "The incident led to the death of one of their employees."
The Guam Daily Post

Thursday, December 1, 2022

NMI: 4 hospitalized in 2-vehicle collision in Chalan Kanoa

Four individuals were brought to the Commonwealth Healthcare Corporation for further observation following a two-vehicle collision in Chalan Kanoa on Thursday morning, according to Robert Mojica, Department of Fire and Emergency Medical Services public information officer. No serious injuries were reported, he added. At 9:40 a.m. Thursday, a female caller called 911 to report a two-vehicle collision in front of Great Harvest Bakery on Beach Road in Chalan Kanoa, Mojica said. One vehicle with two passengers was heading south when it collided with another vehicle pulling out of the parking lot of a business establishment, he added. “Due to the nature of the call, all Medics responded to the scene at 9:41,” Mojica said. “At 9:43, Medic 1 and Rescue 1 were the first arriving units. There was a total of four patients that were treated on scene, fully immobilized and transported to the hospital in Medic 1, Medic 2 and Medic 3,” Mojica added.
Marianas Variety

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