HONOLULU, HI – A motorcycle and another vehicle were involved in a deadly collision in Makaha Sunday evening, authorities said.
KHON reports the wreck took place on Farrington Highway in the vicinity of Keaau Beach Park, where first responders were dispatched to the scene at about 6 p.m.
An investigation indicated that a 36-year-old man was riding a motorcycle at a high rate of speed while headed north on Farrington Highway. The motorcycle crashed into a vehicle making a U-turn near Keaau Beach. The motorcyclist was ejected from his bike, landing on the pavement, while the car overturned.
The motorcycle rider and the driver of the car, a 60-year-old man, were both pronounced dead after being taken to an area hospital. Police said the driver was not wearing a seat belt, while the motorcyclist was wearing a helmet.
The highway was shut down for the crash investigation before reopening over three hours later.
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