BY JOY WHITE
With the number of cars damaged in traffic accidents increasing, Guam’s auto body shops see a lot of business.
Crash and traffic accidents provided to the Journal by the Guam Police Department show that the number of traffic accidents resulting in property damage in 2016 was up 6% from the previous year. In 2016 a total of 6,659 accidents resulted in property damage, out of 7,566 in total, and in 2015, out of 7,207 accidents, 6,254 resulted in property damage. In addition, the number of accidents resulting . . .
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