HAGATNA, GUAM - Police are reporting an explosion at a Guam resort that left at least one person injured.
The Pacific Daily News reports the blast struck around the Hilton Guam Resort & Spa's koi pond near the hotel's outdoor bar, the Tree Bar. Guests were evacuated and the newspaper reports some were headed for other hotels.
The cause of the blast hasn't yet been determined and FBI and Homeland Security officials were at the resort.
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