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Speed and alcohol suspected in Kalihi crash

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 01:05 a.m. HST, Aug 20, 2012

Speed and alcohol are suspected in a single-vehicle crash in Kalihi that sent 2 people to the hospital early Sunday morning, one in critical condition.

Police said a vehicle driven by a 24-year-old Honolulu man hit a parked car on Hauiki Street near Kino Street at about 2:47 a.m.

Paramedics took the man and his passenger to the hospital, an Emergency Medical Services supervisor said. 

Police said the man was in serious condition and his passenger, a 23-year-old woman, was last listed in critical condition.

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olos73 wrote:
See, another case where people no learn. And worse yet, the driver only in serious condition but his passenger is in critical condition. Always the case. The driver less hurt than the passenger. You want to drink, stay home and drink. Drink all you like, but don't get in a car and drive.
on August 19,2012 | 08:02AM
soundofreason wrote:
And TWO other headlines today regarding hit and runs in this "Land of Aloha"
on August 19,2012 | 08:20AM
olos73 wrote:
Adding to my earlier comment, is it really worth it to drive while intoxicated? Look at the hurt and pain physically and emotionally. You and your passenger ends up in hospital for a while. Family has to go through pain of watching you both suffer. Driver will hopefully get charged with DUI and possibly speeding citation. Car all buss up, maybe totalled. Insurance might pay, but you gotta pay deductible (if you even have insurance). Your insurance rate going up, again, if you even have insurance. Your license might be taken away, depending on your driving history, etc., etc., etc. Is it really worth it?
on August 19,2012 | 08:35AM
808Cindy wrote:
If it were my loved one who was injured or killed becasue of a drunk driver, I would want that person to serve a substantial, SUBSTANTIAL amount of time in Prison!
on August 19,2012 | 08:16AM
soundofreason wrote:
And TWO headlines on hit and runs today in this "Land of Aloha".
on August 19,2012 | 08:20AM
allie wrote:
What is with all the mayhem on this island? Lot of folks driving should not be
on August 19,2012 | 08:38AM
soundofreason wrote:
No enforcement to stop them from doing otherwise.
on August 19,2012 | 09:29AM
soundofreason wrote:
Our island fatalities up 25% for this year so far. No enforcement to prevent them from doing otherwise.
on August 19,2012 | 09:31AM
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