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Big Island worker investigated for collision

KAILUA-KONA,>> Hawaii County officials are investigating a county Public Works employee accused of hitting a bicyclist while driving a county vehicle with a suspended license.

Hawaii County Corporation Counsel Lincoln Ashida confirmed the investigation and arrest of 34-year-old Chris Michael Domino, who faces several charges related to Thursday’s collision.

He says the Public Works Department also is conducting an investigation.

Cyclist Jim Gustin, 64, suffered a broken arm and three cracked vertebrae following last week’s accident. Gustin says he was driving in a bicycle lane when a vehicle merged onto the highway.

Records show Domino has been cited at least 15 times for various traffic infractions dating to 1996.

 

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