February 14, 2013 at 3:22 PM HST - Updated August 29 at 3:43 AM
By AUDREY McAVOY and OSKAR GARCIA Associated Press
Officials in Guam say a third person has died after being hit by a car during a rampage in the U.S. territory's tourist district that left two others dead and 11 others injured.
Spokesman Tony Muna of the Guam Visitors Bureau said that a 51-year-old man taken to Guam Memorial Hospital l in critical condition died Thursday morning, Guam time.
Muna says authorities are not immediately releasing his name while a complaint filed against 21-year-old Chad Ryan De Soto is updated.
De Soto, of Tamuning, is accused of plowing into several people with his gray Toyota Yaris late Tuesday as he drove onto a sidewalk and into a convenience store at the Outrigger hotel in the Tumon district. Authorities say he then got out of his car and started stabbing people he came across.
Muna says the 51-year-old victim was hit by De Soto's car.
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