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Family escapes injury after SUV smashes into Mililani home

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 06:47 a.m. HST, Feb 19, 2013


A family of seven in Mililani was displaced when a sports utility vehicle plowed into the living room of their townhouse early Monday morning.

Fire officials said the accident occurred at 2 a.m. on Kuahelani Street. No one was injured.

The driver, a 32-year-old man, was arrested by police on suspicion of driving under the influence, according to Hawaii News Now.

The Red Cross was dispatched to help the family. Police are investigatiing the traffic accident.







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dlum003 wrote:
Probably coming from The Shack. Tons of drunks driving from there, where are the cops?
on February 18,2013 | 06:56AM
RichardCory wrote:
Inside.
on February 18,2013 | 10:31AM
olos73 wrote:
Everytime an elderly person crashes into a home, building, etc., people say they're too old to be driving. This guy is 32, so, he's way ahead...
on February 18,2013 | 07:16AM
808Cindy wrote:
We need Jail time for driving incidences like this!
on February 18,2013 | 08:00AM
dhclinton wrote:
knuclehed thought he was at the mcdonalds drive thru
on February 18,2013 | 08:32AM
marilynblee wrote:
Yes, either from the Shack or The Mill, two late nite bars which really have no place in a residential area. Unbelieveably, the Liquor Commission approved a permit for hard liquor for the Mill just last month. I am glad noone was injured, but there needs to be more enforcement of speeding laws here.M.
on February 18,2013 | 09:27AM
jekat2003 wrote:
The location of the bars have nothing to do with it. The liquor could have just as easily been purchased at a grocery store. Should those not be located in residential areas? This is all about personal responsibility. This incident could have been avoided had the driver stopped drinking before he was intoxicated or if he had called someone to pick him up. Don't punish all of the responsible patrons because one idiot is not responsible. That's like trying to cure obesity by limiting the size of sodas slim people can purchase.
on February 18,2013 | 11:08AM
jekat2003 wrote:
The location of the bars have nothing to do with it. The liquor could have just as easily been purchased at a grocery store. Should those not be located in residential areas? This is all about personal responsibility. This incident could have been avoided had the driver stopped drinking before he was intoxicated or if he had called someone to pick him up. Don't punish all of the responsible patrons because one person is not responsible. That's like trying to cure obesity by limiting the size of sodas slim people can purchase.
on February 18,2013 | 11:09AM
Mana07 wrote:
There are no collective solutions to individual problems. Liberal thinking always wants to punish law abiding citizens because there are a few bad apples that make poor decisions. Lock him up and be done with it.
on February 18,2013 | 11:50AM
couggirlie wrote:
well said!!
on February 18,2013 | 12:38PM
Allenk wrote:
These recent headlines about vehicles plowing into homes is disconcerting. Not only does HPD tighten up their road blocks on long holiday and weekends, but homeowners will need to shell out more money to erect barriers or rock walls.
on February 19,2013 | 06:27AM
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