GFD continues to respond to emergencies during Super Typhoon Mawar

Photo taken on May 24 by PNC's Isaiah Aguon in Tamuning.

The Guam Fire Department continues to respond to several emergencies, despite the terrible weather imposed by Super Typhoon Mawar, according to GFD Acting Spokesperson Kevin Reilly.

He said that GFD will continue to respond until the weather or road conditions deteriorate beyond reasonable safety.

The type of emergencies responded to are unconscious/unresponsive patients, expectant mothers, diabetic emergencies, among others.

GFD is urging residents to use caution, stay calm, and do not take unnecessary risks.


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Isaiah Aguon, also known as Izzy, is news director for the Pacific News Center. He returned to PNC in April 2023, after leaving Sorensen Media Group about two years ago in April 2021. As news director, his duties include anchoring PNC's radio and television stations, producing news, and managing and editing PNC's digital and social media platforms. Aguon, 21, formerly worked at KUAM News as a television news anchor, show host, and multimedia journalist for more than a year. He previously worked for The Guam Daily Post, Marianas Business Journal, and Guam Business Magazine.