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Officials identify man killed in Oct. 28 Wahiawa crash

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The Honolulu Medical Examiner has identified the motorist who died in a fiery crash in Central Oahu Oct. 28 as Nolan Raboy, 65, of Haleiwa.

Raboy was sitting behind the wheel of his sport utility vehicle on Wilikina Drive waiting for police to reopen roadways following last month’s tsunami warning when a pickup truck rammed the back of his vehicle, causing it to burst into flames.

The driver of the pickup, Donald Halleron, 29, pleaded not guilty in state court this morning by teleconference from Oahu Community Correctional Center to negligent homicide and driving without a license. He remains in custody unable to post $200,000 bail. He is scheduled to stand trial in January.

Raboy, an aircraft technician for Delta Airlines, listed a Huntington Beach, Calif., address, but lived in Haleiwa when in Hawaii for work.

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