Guma Manager Fears Elderly Woman Struck by Passing Car Was Guma Resident


Guam-  The Manager of Guama Tran Kila Dot, Leann Castro, told PNC News this morning that she fears the elderly woman killed early this morning was a Guma resident.


Castro said one of their female residents is missing. She would not disclose the name of the resident or her age until she gets official confirmation and the family has been informed.

However Castro told PNC News that the accident details fit the pattern of  behavior of the missing resident who frequently went out late at night and crossed the street to purchase items at the Circle K store in the Fountain Plaza.

Guam Police responded to an auto-pedestrian call at 12:04 this morning. The woman who was killed was described as elderly. The accident occured in front of Guama Tran Kila Dot.

The victim was struck by a 2005 Susuki SL Wagon traveling east on Route 14. The vehicle was being driven by a man in his 30’s.

Guam medical Examiner Dr Aurelio Espinola pronounced the woman dead at the scene at around 1:00am.

No arrest has been made. Highway Patrol is investigating.