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Woman, 64, in serious condition after being struck by car in Punchbowl

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 01:48 a.m. HST, Dec 04, 2012

A 64-year-old woman was taken to the hospital Monday morning in serious condition after being hit by a car while crossing Nehoa Street near Roosevelt High School.

The accident occurred at 6:50 a.m. in the 1100 block of Nehoa Street.

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allie wrote:
This kind of thing is happening way too much out here. many driving should not be driving as they lack the intellectual or physical ability to understand and execute basic driving rules.
on December 3,2012 | 09:27AM
Surfer_Dude wrote:
The same can be said for pedestrians Allie. 6:50 am it's still dark out. Maybe she wasn't in a crosswalk. Maybe she had dark clothes on. Maybe she was texting or talking or had earphones on. I see many peds who are in another world out there with absolutely no regard for crossing a street. To quote you......"many pedestrians should not be crossing the street as they lack the intellectual or physical ability to understand and execute basic crossing rules."
on December 3,2012 | 10:05AM
Poipounder808 wrote:
So Allie, you were able to figure out the circumstances and place blame on the driver already with just two sentences of information provided...wow.
on December 3,2012 | 10:16AM
It's probably that one crosswalk one in front of the school. The visibility is horrible for cars coming up Nehoa (towards Mott Smith Dr. from Ward Ave side), as the crosswalk is on a "blind" (curvy) hill. Should be moved.
on December 3,2012 | 10:05AM
busterb wrote:
No way it happened at 6:50. I was approaching the intersection at 6:50 and the cops and emergency vehicles were there already. Little details like that could screw up someone's legal case if there are no witnesses. Reporting stuff like that should be accurate.
on December 3,2012 | 12:57PM
ejkorvette wrote:
Let's not "split hairs" on the specifics, and look at the problem that has continued on Oahu. That problem is speeding, inattention while driving, and the overall number of pedestrians hit while walking in the corsswalk. Whether it is 5am ir 5pm, Oahu is too small of an island for anyone to need to get anywhere fast, unless it's the Fire Dept., EMS, or HPD. Road rage is the next huge problem, and it will only get worse.
on December 3,2012 | 07:02PM
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