HONOLULU, HI – Honolulu police said an elderly pedestrian was injured after being struck by a vehicle at a bus stop in Kalihi Thursday night.
According to Hawaii News Now, the incident occurred following a collision between two vehicles on North School Street near Old Palama Street at about 7:35 p.m.
Police said a man was speeding while driving west on North School Street and sideswiped an eastbound vehicle. The speeding car spun out, was struck by another vehicle and then hit a 76-year-old woman waiting at the bus stop.
The victim was seriously injured and taken to an area hospital. The driver who hit her fled the scene on foot and was last seen going west on North School Street, according to investigators.
The two other drivers involved in the collision, a 44-year-old woman and a 36-year-old man, were not injured. Honolulu police are now searching for the hit-and-run driver. They added that speed was apparently a contributing factor in the crash.
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