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Police: Driver fled after head-on collision in Kahaluu

By Star-Advertiser staff

LAST UPDATED: 07:59 a.m. HST, May 19, 2014

Honolulu Police are looking for a hit-and-run driver who fled the scene after a head-on collision in Kahaluu Saturday night.

Police said the accident happened at about 9:37 p.m. south of Leinani Drive on Kamehameha Highway in Kahaluu.

An unknown vehicle traveling Kahuku-bound on the highway crossed the center line and struck a Kaneohe-bound vehicle head-on, police said.

Paramedics took a Kaneohe woman to the hospital in serious condition from the vehicle that was struck.

The Kahuku-bound vehicle fled the scene.

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cojef wrote:
Gonna get caught, cuz you got dented car.
on May 18,2014 | 11:32AM
entrkn wrote:
Not if he's a cop.
on May 18,2014 | 12:04PM
Skyler wrote:
They'll wait until they sober up & (maybe) turn themselves in. Scum behind wheels doesn't deserve to be out of a cage.
on May 18,2014 | 02:18PM
mulford07 wrote:
Too many driver that speed and are careless. Need to lose car. Probably high.
on May 18,2014 | 06:00PM
50skane wrote:
Probably drunk
on May 19,2014 | 08:39AM
ryan02 wrote:
I've said it before and I'll say it again, the State has to have mandatory jail time and financial penalties for fleeing the scene of an accident that exceeds whatever jail time they could get if they stayed. As it is, drivers have every incentive to flee and hopefully not get caught, than to stay and call for aid.
on May 19,2014 | 09:09AM
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