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Bicyclist injured after being struck by car near Ala Moana

A 24-year-old bicyclist was seriously injured today after he collided with a car near Ala Moana, according to an Emergency Medical Services report.

The crash happened at Keeaumoku and King streets at 6:38 a.m.

Paramedics transported the man to the hospital in serious condition.

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  • As we know, unfortunately our roads weren’t built to accommodate bicyclists. Compound this with a lot more traffic. Accidents such as this sadly will be more common. It’s hard to say who’s at fault too as both parties have responsibilities. Just as an example I’ve seen bicyclists weave on the bike lane only to cross thru traffic and hop back on to the bike lane.

    • I turned left from King onto Ward and out of nowhere this chick on a bicycle comes flying through the crosswalk and just makes it in front of my car. When I looked she wasn’t there at least I didn’t see her. Then she starts yelling at me. I got out of my car and she dug out. You want to rip through and think you got the right of way you going die. It’s tough to watch for cars, pedestrians and bicycle riders too. If they want to risk it the car ain’t gonna get hurt if you know what I mean.

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