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Police officer, 69-year-old man injured in Kapiolani crash

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 02:00 p.m. HST, Oct 11, 2013


A policewoman, 37, and a man were seriously injured in an early morning crash on Kapiolani Boulevard.

The driver of a black Mercedes, a 69-year-old male, crashed into a building at 1326 Kapiolani Boulevard at 12:20 a.m. near Sheridan Street after a collision with a blue-and-white police car, according to an Emergency Medical Services report.

The smashed front end of the police vehicle could be seen facing the opposite direction of traffic in the Koko Head-bound lanes of Kapiolani Boulevard.

Police shut down the Koko Head-bound lanes of Kapiolani Boulevard between Piikoi and Kona Iki streets while they investigated the crash.

Paramedics took both victims to the hospital in serious condition.







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honopic wrote:
What kind of "professional" writing is this? "He and driver of the police vehicle" ? No mention of how the police vehicle was involved, just that the "driver of a black Mercedez (sic) crashed into a building...." Does that mean the driver crashed or the car crashed? Did the "Mercedez" (sic) hit the police car before crashing? No wonder so many articles have the byline "Star-Advertiser staff." I wouldn't put my name on this lazy writing, either. It's funny that the ad above the story is for Mercedes-Benz of Honolulu, though.
on October 11,2013 | 02:42AM
droid wrote:
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser has unpaid interns without a college degree writing most breaking news stories. Or am I being too kind?
on October 11,2013 | 03:33AM
sloturle wrote:
cuz da ting pigeon talk deal wid it
on October 11,2013 | 05:25AM
allie wrote:
what caused the crash?
on October 11,2013 | 07:27AM
ejkorvette wrote:
Only da best in Hawaii! Smile for the camera newscasters, you are among the illiterate.
on October 11,2013 | 06:40AM
mikethenovice wrote:
Poor camera photos is underlighted. Must be a cheap 1 MP cell phone camera. SA can do better than that.
on October 11,2013 | 06:54AM
mikethenovice wrote:
Lots of damage. Sounds like speeding was a factor.
on October 11,2013 | 06:54AM
mikethenovice wrote:
Was the driver drunk? Who is the man that got injured with the police? Such basic facts left out. SA better pay their worker better to retain talent. Sounds like high school kids writing for the SA.
on October 11,2013 | 06:57AM
allie wrote:
yup
on October 11,2013 | 10:22AM
livinginhawaii wrote:
Older male, Mercedes, Sherridan Street, late at night. I smell a Korean bar patron having way too much to drink...
on October 11,2013 | 07:53AM
allie wrote:
yikes!
on October 11,2013 | 10:22AM
Jonas wrote:
Yup, 10 to 1 the guy just came out of a bar and was drunk.
on October 11,2013 | 11:28AM
alohaman73 wrote:
From Hawaii News Now: A Honolulu police officer was taken to the hospital in serious condition early Friday morning after a sedan pulled out of a private driveway and collided with her patrol vehicle, according to police. The 37-year-old officer was driving in her patrol car on Kapiolani Boulevard when police say she was hit by a Mercedes sedan being driven by a 69-year-old male. Both the police officer and the male driver were taken to the hospital.
on October 11,2013 | 06:49PM
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