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Girls, 2 and 4, injured when car hits wall in Enchanted Lake

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 07:17 a.m. HST, Sep 22, 2013



Paramedics took a 2-year-old girl to the hospital with serious injuries and a 4-year-old girl suffered minor injuries when a car hit a wall in Enchanted Lake early Saturday morning.

The accident happened at about 3:11 a.m. near 432 Keolu Drive, according to an Emergency Medical Services report. Both children went to the hospital.







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allie wrote:
slow down!
on September 21,2013 | 10:30AM
Nocturnal wrote:
Scary! I always worry about this when walking around downtown. All it takes is one car to check a text, try to call someone, change a radio station, be drunk and life is over.
on September 21,2013 | 11:53AM
primowarrior wrote:
That's a pretty wide street in that area. Seems like it would be difficult to crash like that unless the driver was speeding, fell asleep, or was high on something. Were the kids in car seats?
on September 21,2013 | 12:51PM
allie wrote:
yup
on September 21,2013 | 01:01PM
foursun wrote:
...as the virus continues to proliferate
on September 22,2013 | 05:19AM
foursun wrote:
think about that comment, 3am driving around with kids? Distracted driving, driver fell asleep, mechanical failure and driver panics. This is beginning to look like North Dakota that has one of the highest rates of single vehicle crashes per capita. Could it be a new virus that found it's way to our islands? Carried by...
on September 22,2013 | 05:19AM
oldmom wrote:
Why were children that age out at 3 am?
on September 21,2013 | 01:08PM
LanaAloha wrote:
I was wondering that.
on September 21,2013 | 04:02PM
Big C wrote:
We the 2 & 4 year old in the car? Or were the kids behind the wall? If in the car, what where the kids doing "OUT" so late at night. I hope they were properly strapped into their car seats.
on September 21,2013 | 01:11PM
paniolo wrote:
Another report said they were passengers.
on September 21,2013 | 02:10PM
RetiredWorking wrote:
IRT Big C, maybe the family fell asleep at Grandma's house. They couldn't sleep over for whatever reason, so they were driving home.No need to nitpick a reason for simply driving home, if that's what happened. We don't know. It's not like these were teenagers, riding around at all hours of the night.
on September 21,2013 | 03:41PM
aomohoa wrote:
I expect irresponsible teenagers not irresponsible parents. We'll see when more info comes out. No grandma would want her grandkids in a car at 3 am. That makes zero sense.
on September 21,2013 | 07:14PM
foursun wrote:
think about that comment, 3am driving around with kids? Distracted driving, driver fell asleep, mechanical failure and driver panics. This is beginning to look like North Dakota that has one of the highest rates of single vehicle crashes per capita. Could it be a new virus that found it's way to our islands? Carried by...
on September 22,2013 | 05:21AM
aomohoa wrote:
Is that true about ND? We don't want allie to be afraid to go home. Please don't mention this again. LOL
on September 22,2013 | 10:03AM
foursun wrote:
according to the Insurance Institute on Highway Safety the Per Capita rate of single vehicle accidents in North Dakota is among the highest in the nation. according to allie that would mean people there..."cannot control vehicles with engines or steering wheels in them. Many do not know the rules of driving."
on September 22,2013 | 11:33AM
aomohoa wrote:
I never understand why SA puts up reports like this will no real information.
on September 21,2013 | 09:27PM
aomohoa wrote:
I just want to know if it was a drunk parent driving! Why are kids in a car at 3am
on September 21,2013 | 07:11PM
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