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Big Island struggles to curb drunken driving

An advocate for clean living in Hawaii County knows the dangers impaired motorists can cause

By Leila Fujimori

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 05, 2014

~~<p>Hawaii island's trouble with drunken driving needs no better illustration than the recent experience of Solo&shy;mon Singer, 22, a Pahoa horse trainer.</p>
<p>Unlike many 20-somethings, Singer says he has no interest in drinking or drugs and has long suspected there are others like him.</p>
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Hawaii island's trouble with drunken driving needs no better illustration than the recent experience of Solo­mon Singer, 22, a Pahoa horse trainer.

Unlike many 20-somethings, Singer says he has no interest in drinking or drugs and has long suspected there are others like him. Login for more...



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