Navy contractors responded to damaged water pipes in Hagåtña on Saturday morning, according to Guam Waterworks Authority. GWA responded to calls early Saturday morning of the geyser-like eruption but when they arrived realized it wasn't a GWA line but a Navy line that had burst.
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