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Woman critically injured in single-vehicle crash in Mililani

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 01:10 p.m. HST, Dec 25, 2013

A woman in her 20s was critically injured Tuesday night in a single-vehicle crash in Mililani, police and Emergency Medical Services reported.

Police said the woman was the driver of a Jeep that struck a fire hydrant at 95-652 Wikao St. at about 8:30 p.m. There was no other occupant in the vehicle, police said.

Paramedics transported the woman to a trauma center in critical condition, according to an Emergency Medical Services report.

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hikine wrote:
Hope she learned her lesson on speeding and it's not really a time saver!
on December 25,2013 | 01:56AM
SueH wrote:
From the looks of her vehicle, she won't be speeding anytime soon....at least not in THAT jeep. She also took out a tree, and came to rest against another. The broken fire hydrant gushed water for about an hour, flooding adjacent apartments, before crews were able to shut it off. About 2 weeks ago, the City paved over all the valve access points in preparation for repaving the street, so water had to be shut off for the whole street until the valve access point for the broken hydrant could be located, dug out, and shut off. Lots of trouble for many, caused by a single person in a hurry and feeling invincible......
on December 25,2013 | 08:03AM
paniolo wrote:
I hope she recovers soon. This is second accident that a vehicle hit a fire hydrant in one day. Other one on Pali Highway.
on December 25,2013 | 07:51AM
cojef wrote:
Not good way to spend Christmas Eve. Sad, where was her Guardian Angel?
on December 25,2013 | 08:00AM
RichardCory wrote:
Passed out drunk in the back seat.
on December 25,2013 | 09:29AM
sailfish1 wrote:
Is hitting fire hydrants the NEW Hawaii driving sport now? Hitting lights poles out of style?
on December 25,2013 | 04:07PM
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