Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-05-04 17:20:00 –
Of the 28 traffic-related deaths the state counted from January 1st to last Wednesday, 9 were car occupants, 7 were pedestrians, 11 were motorcycles and scooters, and 1 was biking. Was there.
The majority of 17 people took place on Oahu, 8 in Hawaii County and 3 in Maui County. Nothing happened on Kauai.
Compared to the same period last year, there have been more motorcycle accidents in Hawaii. There were 11 cases in the first four months of this year, but six in the same period last year.
The year began with two pedestrians dying from each other within a few days in an urban area of Honolulu, one of which was a hit-and-run.
In April, the dead Death of a motorcyclist in Kula, Maui..
According to police, a 40-year-old man riding a 2012 Kawasaki Ninja on the Haleakala Highway crossed the central lane into the southbound lane. After hitting a guardrail, he was thrown in a shock and declared dead on the scene. He was identified as Shane Smith-Kula’s shoemaker.
There were also serious non-death collisions, such as hit-and-run involving cyclists.
On April 25, a male cyclist was attacked by a pickup truck on Hanakahi Street in Ewa Beach and escaped from the scene without help. The cyclist, 38, was taken to the Queen’s Medical Center in crisis.
Police said speed seemed to be the cause of the collision and was looking for a pickup truck driver.
Honolulu Police Department said unannounced disabled driver checkpoints, including but not limited to Memorial Day and Kamehameha King Day holidays, will continue until June 30.
HPD warns the public not to drive under the influence of alcohol, and the legal drinking age is 21 years old. In addition, promoting intoxicating liquor to persons under the age of 21 is considered a minor offense that can be punished with up to one year in prison.
Maui police also carry out drinking checkpoints in various locations during Cinco de Mayo’s vacation, and every weekend they are stepping up patrols for drunk driving disabilities throughout the island.
Hawaiian traffic-related death
January 1st to April 28th
>> Honolulu City and County: 4 car crew, 6 pedestrians, 6 motorcycles / scooters, 1 bicycle (17 in total)
>> Hawaii County: 4 car occupants, 1 pedestrian, 3 motorcycles (8 in total)
>> Maui County: 1 car occupant, 2 motorcycles / scooters (3 in total)
>> Kauai County: 0
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