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Memorial held on two-year anniversary of deadly Kakaako crash

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A photo of Dr. W. Travis Lau was posted at the intersection of Kamakee Street and Ala Moana Blvd. on Thursday, the second anniversary of a vehicular crash that killed Lau, Reino Ikeda, 47, of Japan and Casimir Pokornoy, 26, of Pennsylvania. Three others were injured.
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Melissa Lau, widow of Dr. W. Travis Lau, shed tears when speaking with the media on Thursday evening, marking the second anniversary of the vehicular crash that killed her husband and two other pedestrians at the intersection of Kamakee Street and Ala Moana Blvd.
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Stacey Agmata of Mothers Against Drunk Driving Hawaii was on hand Thursday evening to remind drivers to not drink and drive.
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Dan Mangum of Drive Wise Hawaii was on hand Thursday evening to remind drivers to drive safely.
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Honolulu police set up a sobriety check point near the intersection of Ala Moana Blvd and Kamakee Street on Thursday.
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Arkie Koehl, left, and Stacey Agmata, both of Mothers Against Drunk Driving Hawaii were on hand Thursday evening to remind drivers to not drink and drive.
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Melissa Lau, widow of Dr. W. Travis Lau, shed tears at the site of the vehicular crash that killed her husband and two other pedestrians two years ago. She is being comforted by her father-in-law Dr. William Lau.
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Dan Mangum of Drive Wise Hawaii was on hand Thursday evening to remind drivers to drive safely.
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Honolulu police set up a sobriety check point near the intersection of Ala Moana Blvd and Kamakee Street.
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Honolulu police set up a sobriety check point near the intersection of Ala Moana Blvd and Kamakee Street.

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