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At fatal crash site, a familiar, mournful memorial rises

By Gordon Y.K. Pang

~~<p>Hundreds of young people formed a wave of black and red Wednesday afternoon along the grassy knoll overlooking a growing memorial on Kaimalie Street in Ewa Beach that had been put up for Kawehi Adkins-Kupukaa, who died after a head-on crash Tuesday afternoon.</p>
<p>Flowers, food, containers of alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages, candles, posters, photos and letters were among the items left in memory of the 14-year-old Campbell High School sophomore. The black is one of Campbell's school colors, and friends said red was Adkins-Kupukaa's favorite color.</p>
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Hundreds of young people formed a wave of black and red Wednesday afternoon along the grassy knoll overlooking a growing memorial on Kaimalie Street in Ewa Beach that had been put up for Kawehi Adkins-Kupukaa, who died after a head-on crash Tuesday afternoon.

Flowers, food, containers of alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages, candles, posters, photos and letters were among the items left in memory of the 14-year-old Campbell High School sophomore. The black is one of Campbell's school colors, and friends said red was Adkins-Kupukaa's favorite color. Login for more...



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