Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-06-04 04:16:27 –
HONOLULU (KHON2) — Dane Sadang says that life without a son is still a struggle for her.
Sadan’s son, 17-year-old Kahiau Hill, died in a crash in his car in Wyev.
“I’m really crazy,” said Dane Sadan, Kahiau Hill’s mother. “I can’t speak, I can’t speak”
According to Maui police, the car was speeding and Kahiau was not wearing a seatbelt.
The family celebrated one of his greatest achievements just a week ago. Graduated from Lahainaluna High School.
“He said,’Don’t worry. I’m graduating a year early. I’m going to stop doing this and then start my life.’ He’s just starting to design his clothes, so his I found a lot of scrapbooks with designs on them. He was doing really well, “said Sadan.
Hill succeeded his father, Hawaiian comedian Bulaia, and had an unforgettable personality.
“I know Kahiau was a very interesting person listening to his songs in class,” said Kaaphi Aiwohi, a former Hill teacher. “He certainly got a little of his father.”
Hill’s family is not alone in their loss. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the number of fatalities from road accidents has increased by 7% compared to 2020. This is the largest increase in 13 years.
On Maui, police arrested a 22% increase in drunk driving arrests compared to the same period in 2020.
HPD believes Distracted driving may have caused the collision Tuesday, June 1st in Waianae. Destiny Alconsel, mother of two 28-year-olds, dies. Her family tells KHON2 that she has always been a beautiful soul trying to help people.
For Hill’s mother, she hangs in memory.
“I miss him annoying me early in the morning. I miss him lying in bed with me. I look at him and say,” Oh, that’s my mom. ” I miss you. I miss him who is always watching over me, “said Sadan.
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