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Honolulu police say driver, 34, strikes nearly 20 parked cars in Waikiki crash

  • VIDEO COURTESY NATE SEROTA

  • COURTESY NATE SEROTA
                                In this screen capture from video, one of the cars struck by an alleged drunk driver along Ala Wai Blvd. in Waikiki early today is pictured with damage to its front end.

    COURTESY NATE SEROTA

    In this screen capture from video, one of the cars struck by an alleged drunk driver along Ala Wai Blvd. in Waikiki early today is pictured with damage to its front end.

Honolulu police are investigating a multiple vehicle crash that happened on Ala Wai Blvd. early Sunday morning between Kalakaua Ave. and Ala Moana Blvd.

HPD Sgt. James Chong said a 34-year-old man struck about 17 vehicles around 12:17 a.m. The man was injured and taken to a hospital for treatment following the incident.

Chong said alcohol is believed to be a contributing factor in the crash.

Police have not yet arrested the man, as they continue to investigate the incident. However, Chong said HPD has opened an operating a vehicle under the influence of an intoxicant case as well as cases involving damages to vehicles, “like a hit-and-run.”

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