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Community marks 1 year since McKinley High School hit-and-run

Over 100 people attended Saturday's rally to commemorate Sara Yara, a 16-year-old McKinley High School student who was fatally struck one year ago by a driver at the intersection of Kapiolani Boulevard and Kamakee Street.
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Classmates of Sara Yara gather for a group photo on Saturday.
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Jay and Leeandra Yanuaria, friends of the Yara family, held signs on Saturday.
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HPD Lt. Arnold Sagucio waves a sign at motorists.
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Chevy Yara, mother of Sara Yara, during Saturday's event.
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Classmates of Sara Yara gather for a group photo.
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MADD Hawaii joined Sara Yara’s family and Ward Village Moms in organizing the sign-waving in remembrance of 16-year-old Sara, who died after being struck by a truck while crossing the street.
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State Rep. Scott Saiki, left, Mayor Rick Blangiardi, state Sen. Sharon Moriwaki, Ed Sniffen, DOT director, and Wanya Ogata, MADD board chair, held signs on Saturday.

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