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Boy killed in five-vehicle crash in Kunia identified

There are 4 comments on the KHNL-TV Honolulu story from Jan 4, 2011, titled Boy killed in five-vehicle crash in Kunia identified. In it, KHNL-TV Honolulu reports that:

The Honolulu Medical Examiner's office on Tuesday identified the boy killed in a five-vehicle collision in Kunia New Year's Day as Samson Sese, 12, of Kaneohe.

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Sad

Honolulu, HI

#1 Jan 4, 2011
I just got the news from my son that Samson was his friend at S. W. King Inter. School. I just cried when my son said he couldn't wait to tell Samson something when he get back to School today. God Be with you Angel.

Since: Dec 10

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#2 Jan 4, 2011
Sad wrote:
I just got the news from my son that Samson was his friend at S. W. King Inter. School. I just cried when my son said he couldn't wait to tell Samson something when he get back to School today. God Be with you Angel.
God Bless
Opinion

Waianae, HI

#3 Jan 4, 2011
Police say Sese was a passenger in a Mitsubishi that was being driven erratically on Kunia Road. The car crossed the center line and slammed into a Mercury driven by Jennifer Parsons.Parsons, 42, was also killed

Investigators say the Mitsubishi and another car, a Lexus, were speeding prior to the wreck. The drivers of those vehicles could face negligent homicide and negligent injury charges.

Farrington Highway around Waianae (Maile through Waianae town) and Kunia Road and that road just approaching Schofield Barracks coming in from the North Shore are dangerous because of lack of regulation and the populations behind the wheel.

It is a shame that a small child died in the hands of a group of irresponsible drivers all the way around.
stumpy

Kapolei, HI

#4 Jan 4, 2011
Opinion wrote:
Police say Sese was a passenger in a Mitsubishi that was being driven erratically on Kunia Road. The car crossed the center line and slammed into a Mercury driven by Jennifer Parsons.Parsons, 42, was also killed
Investigators say the Mitsubishi and another car, a Lexus, were speeding prior to the wreck. The drivers of those vehicles could face negligent homicide and negligent injury charges.
Farrington Highway around Waianae (Maile through Waianae town) and Kunia Road and that road just approaching Schofield Barracks coming in from the North Shore are dangerous because of lack of regulation and the populations behind the wheel.
It is a shame that a small child died in the hands of a group of irresponsible drivers all the way around.
I agree. Farrington from Nanakuli to Makaha has many fatalities, and it's a 35 MPH zone the entire way. Yet, every couple of months we have another death, either some pedestrian thinking he's bulletproof or some idiot turning left in front of oncoming traffic. I can't help but think if the cops actually enforced the rule against open containers in the parks that deaths would decrease. I mean WALK the parks in plain clothes, not drive up with a blue light on. I know a lot of these guys, they drink at least a twelve-pack before heading home, and they do it every day. It's just a matter of time, because they always crack up, they just haven't killed anyone yet.

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