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Woman critically hurt in early morning Aiea moped crash

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 08:52 a.m. HST, Aug 10, 2013



A 24-year-old woman was critically injured when she apparently lost control of her moped and crashed early this morning in Aiea, according to an Emergency Medical Services report.

The moped crash happened on Honomanu Street and Kamehameha Highway in Aiea at about 1:07 a.m., an EMS official said. Paramedics took the woman to the hospital in critical condition.

Police closed Ewa-bound lanes of Kamehameha Highway near the Moanalua Freeway split while they investigated the crash.

Police reopened the lanes by 4 a.m.







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mikethenovice wrote:
Too bad these dummies will never give up riding a moped until it's too late.
on August 10,2013 | 05:15AM
Big C wrote:
Moped riding can be safe, if they are TRULY operated as a bicycle, and not modifed to exceed it's manufactured recommended speeds. If a moped operator wants to ride as a motorcycle, they should perform all the same requirements....Safety Check, Licensed, Insurance & training.
on August 10,2013 | 06:36AM
RetiredWorking wrote:
Know your machine's capabilities as well as your own. Know your environment. Drive like you're invisible and all drivers and pedestrians are idiots.
on August 10,2013 | 08:48AM
mikethenovice wrote:
I may drive a moped safely, but how about the other dummies who throw caution into the wind while they drive?
on August 10,2013 | 07:11PM
mikethenovice wrote:
Lots of "ifs" in your story about riding a moped, BigC. Doubtful, 'eh? Better listen to your intuition.
on August 10,2013 | 07:10PM
Graham wrote:
Three yesterday...one this morning...ban mopeds...
on August 10,2013 | 08:28AM
RetiredWorking wrote:
@ Graham. Millions of car accidents since its invention, so do we ban cars too? Really?
on August 10,2013 | 08:45AM
mikethenovice wrote:
Five golden rings?
on August 10,2013 | 07:12PM
atilter wrote:
lost control? bet that this moped was modified and the rider's ability was not, to match up. it's a self fulfilling prophecy. just because one knows how to ride a bike does not mean that person knows how to ride a moped. selling/buying/using a moped without the parallel required training is asking for trouble.
on August 10,2013 | 01:43PM
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