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Police investigate reports of wrong-way driver on H-2 freeway

By Star-Advertiser Staff

LAST UPDATED: 06:44 p.m. HST, Mar 12, 2012

Honolulu police responded to reports of a driver going the wrong way on the H-2 Freeway today near the Ka Uka Boulevard overpass, but weren’t able to find the car or driver.

Several calls came in to police at about 6:50 a.m. of an elderly man in a silver Toyota driving north on the left shoulder of the south-bound H-2 Freeway, according to police radio scanner traffic.

Wahiawa police confirmed that officers searched the freeway for the car and driver, but officers did not find anything.

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Locokane wrote:
The State and City and County should install tire puncture devices near the end of each highway exit so as to minimize this type of incidents which end up with deadly results!
on March 12,2012 | 08:32AM
olos73 wrote:
DOT not smart enough to figure out where drivers can get on freeways. It'll just keep on happening.
on March 12,2012 | 08:44AM
lowtone123 wrote:
Ka Uka Blvd seems to confusing to some because that was the scene of two deadly accidents.
on March 12,2012 | 09:17AM
playsthenumbers wrote:
Idiots will always find away to be dumb
on March 12,2012 | 09:20AM
Publicbraddah wrote:
This has happened several times on the H2 in the past decade or so. I'm not sure if any attempt has been made to correct the situation but if there has been attempts, it's not working. Maybe a big flashing sign as you enter the wrong way?
on March 12,2012 | 11:37AM
ggum wrote:
perhaps flashing red lighst at the off-ramps facing the opposite direction of the flow of traffic would help deter these baboozes from getting on the freeway from off-ramps... then again there is no cure for stupidity.
on March 12,2012 | 11:53AM
Changalang wrote:
Perhaps Wrongway Feldman of Gilligan's Island fame has retired on Oahu.
on March 12,2012 | 04:32PM
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