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2-car collision in Kailua sends two teens to hospital

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 06:44 a.m. HST, Aug 25, 2013



Two 16-year-old boys were left in serious condition following a two-car collision in Kailua Saturday afternoon.

The collision occurred around 4:38 p.m. on South Kalaheo fronting Kalapawai Market.

Both boys were transported by Emergency Medical Services to a local trauma center.







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mikethenovice wrote:
That's a confusing intersection. Teens should not have been speeding. Only speed causes a accident to be serious. A slow accident would not result in a serious mishap.
on August 24,2013 | 09:28PM
Skyler wrote:
It's not confusing if you know how to read road signs. Details would be helpful - no way to tell who was driving or if they were passengers. Nothing.
on August 24,2013 | 11:31PM
mikethenovice wrote:
Teens don't read. They know everything. Take me for example. I was a typical bratty teen pun k.
on August 25,2013 | 06:52AM
Skyler wrote:
Nothing has changed except your age.
on August 25,2013 | 05:51PM
silvangold wrote:
really? I'd have never guessed! LOL
on August 26,2013 | 10:47AM
kailua000 wrote:
if someone comes out of that 'rotary' or what ever it is, without yeilding, they can easily hit a car. need to look both ways!
on August 25,2013 | 05:29AM
IMHO_808 wrote:
That's what the brake pedal is for, When operating a moving two ton object, please pay attention!!
on August 25,2013 | 07:55AM
RetiredWorking wrote:
There is insufficient information here for me to take a guess, like everyone else has.
on August 25,2013 | 11:32AM
nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
Studies and statistics show that the teens' brain is still developing in the area where thinking is crucial. The teen has a tendency for risk taking due to this developmental stage. Young teens should no be allowed to drive, period. If they are not yet capable to make an educated decision regarding drinking, they are not yet capable of making the right decisions when it come to situations involving driving which affect other drivers on the road.
on August 25,2013 | 01:09PM
mikethenovice wrote:
Teen brains are developed. It's just stuck on the se x channel.
on August 25,2013 | 05:29PM
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