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Aiea man, 63, dies after colliding into H-1 Zipper lane

  • STAR-ADVERTISER / 2019
                                Honolulu Emergency Medical Services personnel treated a 63-year-old man who crashed into the H-1 Zipper lane this morning. He was taken to a hospital in critical condition.

    STAR-ADVERTISER / 2019

    Honolulu Emergency Medical Services personnel treated a 63-year-old man who crashed into the H-1 Zipper lane this morning. He was taken to a hospital in critical condition.

A 63-year-old Aiea man has died after the car he was driving crashed into the Zipper lane barrier this morning.

Honolulu police said the man was driving a Chevy sedan and traveling west on the H-1 freeway when he collided into the barrier at about 9 a.m. for unknown reasons.

Emergency Medical Services found the man unresponsive in the vehicle upon arrival. EMS said it was on the H-1 freeway, westbound, after the Pearl Harbor off-ramp.

Paramedics administered life-saving treatment and took him to a hospital in critical condition.

Police said the man was taken to Pali Momi Hospital, where he later died.

It appears that the man was possibly suffering from some type of medical condition, police said. Speed, alcohol and drugs, do not appear to be contributing factors in the collision at this time.

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