Guam breathes sigh of relief as Typhoon Mawar leaves without single death

Chainsaws buzzed on Friday as neighbours helped each other clear toppled trees and began cleaning the wreckage of Typhoon Mawar, which walloped Guam as the strongest typhoon to hit the island in over two decades but appeared to have passed without leaving death or massive destruction in its wake.

While it was still early going in the recovery effort, police Sgt Paul Tapao said there did not seem to be any major damage, main arteries were passable and “Guam has been very blessed to…

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