‘CHamoru instinct’ sends former Guam Guardsman into burning building

Eddie Indalecio Siguenza was driving in North Highlands in Sacramento County on his way to work Friday morning in California when saw a house on fire and knew he had to act.

“Nine times out of 10 when I’ve gone to a fire, the fire department is already there,” said the 57-year-old resident of Antelope, California. “When I pulled up, there was no one. I stopped my car in the middle of the road. I guess the CHamoru instinct I first learned in the Guam Army National Guard just kicked in.”

Since he was activated in March, Siguenza, a staff sergeant and a former sports reporter at the Pacific Daily news, was ready for a day memorializing his fellow California Guard soldiers’ battle against COVID-19. 

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