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Car hits woman crossing Kapiolani Boulevard

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 07:09 a.m. HST, Mar 04, 2012

A 21-year-old woman was in serious condition after she was apparently struck by a car while crossing Kapiolani Boulevard.

According to scanner transmissions, the woman suffered injuries to her head, face and knee and was unconscious for two minutes immediately following the collision Saturday night. Witnesses said she was thrown approximately 20 feet.

She was taken to the Queen’s Medical Center just after 9:30 p.m.

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Manapua_Man wrote:
Pedestrians need to respect cars while crossing a busy street. Even if you think you have the right of way... the driver might not see you. And you end up the loser.
on March 4,2012 | 06:20AM
PMINZ wrote:
Just so that things aren't prejudiced - Was she wearing a Helmet? I'm tired of hearing that there is a motorcycle it states if thr person had on a helmet. How about the Car driver did they have on a helmet? After all these accidents cause monitary hardship for everyone.
on March 4,2012 | 07:28AM
Surfer_Dude wrote:
DETAILS PLEASE. Was this a hit and run? Was she in a crosswalk? Was she texting or yakking and had no clue or her surroundings? Was she wearing dark clothing? "Apparantly" struck by a car......what does that mean? The cops can't be sure?
on March 4,2012 | 10:39AM
suckseed wrote:
Isn't sad how far the quality of our newspaper has gone down.
on March 4,2012 | 05:54PM
ejkorvette wrote:
What a Shame. These types of stories are becoming more commonplace everyday. Is it even safe to cross the street in Honolulu anymore? What's the use in finding out the details about the vehicular assault. All the Courts are going to do and have always done, is perform a Travesty of Justice, community service, small fine, and the driver is back on the Streets to kill, maim, and destroy lives and families. Mufi running for Congress? Rail system in a overdebted State? This "Backwards" State can barely operate on a daily paying employee basis!! Honolulu Residents should be protesting everyday for better Leadership and Management from its Leaders/Polticians. Instead they're jumping around and posing like MONKEYS for their picture to be taken. Just look at the Pulse section of this Newspaper. Poor, Welfare, Single Mothers, Homeless folks, posing of pictures pretending that the City and County Honolulu is in the Black across the board, and life is good in Hawaii. Perpetrating A FRAUD! This State is a JOKE!!
on March 5,2012 | 03:33AM
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