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Kapolei fisherman who died after being swept onto rocks ID’d

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The Medical Examiner’s office said the 58-year-old Kapolei man who died while fishing with two of his friends on Oct. 27 drowned and had injuries caused by blunt impact to his head.

Keith Hirata was found dead Oct. 27 after waves reportedly knocked him and two others from their fishing spot, Moi Hole, at Yokohama Bay. 

City lifeguards found Hirata and brought him to shore where he was pronounced dead. 

Emergency Medical Services treated two other men, ages 30 and 49, who were reportedly hit by waves onto rocks, and suffered abrasions and cuts. Both had to be hospitalized.

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