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Kunia Road near Schofield reopens after vehicle accident

Police have reopened Kunia Road near Schofield due after a motor vehicle accident this morning.

Both lanes of Kunia Road between Kunia Drive and Lyman Gate had been closed around 9:20 a.m. and were reopened just before 9:30 a.m.

No serious injuries were immediately reported.

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  • Kunia road is getting more and more crowded, and the lack of highway upgrades leads to more accidents. Hawaii DOT doesn’t seem to have done anything of significance anywhere on the island to ease growth of traffic and overcrowding. Planning for the future of Oahu doesn’t seem be their priority. I imagine the DOT is full of aging union do-nothings who are past their prime, and come to work only to maximize their retirement benefits and count the days toward collecting their taxpayer-paid pensions.

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