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Motorcyclist injured in H-2 freeway on-ramp crash

By Star-Advertiser staff


A 21-year-old man was in serious condition Tuesday afternoon after losing control of his motorcycle.

The accident occurred at about 2 p.m. at the on-ramp to the H-2 freeway from Kamehameha Highway in Wahiawa.

After losing control, the motorcyclist went up a hill before crashing, according to emergency personnel. He was wearing a helmet.

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HonoluluHawaii wrote:
The wimpy legislature needs to pass a law to require helmets for motorcyclists and ban anyone from riding in open bed trucks. We have all kinds of laws to discourage small businesses from starting up in Hawaii, yet we do not oversee safety issues such as helmets.
on July 8,2014 | 04:04PM
krusha wrote:
Yep, this guy probably would be dead if he wasn't wearing a helmet. Seems like there's a motorcycle fatality every week and most can be attributed to lack of head protection.
on July 9,2014 | 07:04AM
hikine wrote:
Should have stricter rules in passing a license for motorcycles. Seems like every week there's an accident involving motorcyles, some people weren't meant to drive one I guess.
on July 8,2014 | 08:08PM
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