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Man in 50s dies in crash on H-3 eastbound in Kaneohe; lanes reopened

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Honolulu police have reopened the eastbound lanes of the H-3 freeway following an early morning fatal crash in the Kaneohe area.

The crash occurred on the freeway after Exit 11 at about 6 a.m. today.

Police said a white 2003 Subaru Outback operated by a man in his 50s was traveling eastbound on the freeway when he veered off the roadway and slammed into a guardrail.

The driver described was pronounced dead at the scene. Positive identification is pending.

Police shut down the eastbound lanes of the freeway for hours to investigate. Officers reopened the affected lanes sometime before noon.

Police said it is unknown at this time whether speed or impairment were factors in the crash.

This is the 34th traffic-related fatality compared to 38 at the same time last year.

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