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Hawaii island car crash fells utility pole but no one is hurt

By Star-Advertiser staff


Big Island police closed a section of Highway 11 for several hours this morning due to a downed utility pole.

According to police, a car crashed into the pole, knocking it down. No injuries as a result of the crash were reported.

The crash occurred around 6:30 a.m.

Police closed both lanes of the highway between mile markers 102 and 103 in the Hookena area.

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false wrote:
A car? A car? What kind of "car"? Was it one of those evil SUVs ? Why is it only the evil SUV that gets its name in the story? Is it because if it's not an SUV then the "car" is not at fault? Or is it because only the evil SUV has a mind of its own... and takes over from the drive...r and causes accidents? Inquiring minds want to know.
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