Oahu, HI - Two Bicyclists Killed in Collision on Ft Weaver Rd
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Oahu, HI – Two Bicyclists Killed in Collision on Ft Weaver Rd

March 27, 2024

Oahu, HI (March 27, 2024) – Two bicyclists lost their lives in a deadly crash near Ewa Beach on Monday morning.

According to Honolulu Emergency Services, the incident occurred at Fort Weaver Road and Iroquois Road when a driver struck the two bikers. EMTs rushed the two victims to an area hospital, a 62-year-old woman and an adult male of unknown age, but both were pronounced deceased later on. The driver of the vehicle was also hospitalized in unspecified condition. No further details have been provided, though an investigation is still ongoing.

We extend our sincere condolences to the deceased victims’ families.

Fatal Vehicle Accidents in Hawaii

In Hawaii, authorities report that a significant number of individuals lose their lives as a result of motor vehicle accidents yearly. Tragically, these accidents are typically a result of drivers who fail to follow traffic laws. When it comes to drivers being distracted, texting and driving is becoming a serious problem in the United States, causing millions of accidents and injuries per year. Over the last year, at least 7,000 pedestrians lost their lives in car accidents across the country.

Moreover, pedestrians and bicyclists are more likely to suffer severe and fatal injuries in accidents because they do not have the protection provided by a traditional passenger vehicle. As a result, they suffer significant trauma to the head, internal organ injuries, and other injuries that can ultimately take their lives. The sudden and unexpected loss of a loved one due to a fatal collision can be incredibly difficult to deal with. Unfortunately, we see countless accidents take place right here in Hawaii, leaving families to deal with overwhelming consequences.

If you have lost a loved one due to a fatal crash, your family has the ability to take legal action against the responsible party. It is vital that you seek representation from a Hawaii pedestrian accident lawyer right away. An attorney can help your family protect your rights and get justice while holding the negligent party to account.

At Leavitt, Yamane & Soldner, we understand the pain and suffering that comes with losing a loved one due to someone else’s negligence. That is why our dedicated team of attorneys is committed to fighting for justice on behalf of our clients and providing them with closure during this difficult time. With our experience and resources, our knowledgeable Oahu wrongful death lawyers are prepared to handle even the most complex cases involving motor vehicle crashes caused by careless drivers.

If you have lost a family member in a fatal pedestrian or bicycle accident, please contact our law firm by calling 808-537-2525 to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation. We are here to protect your rights and help you get the justice you deserve. Let us be your advocate in seeking justice for your loved one’s untimely passing.

Notes: Our team of writers uses secondary sources such as news reports and local and state police incident reports to create these posts. We have not independently verified all of the facts surrounding this particular accident, so if there is any incorrect information, please contact Leavitt, Yamane & Soldner right away so that we can update the post right away to reflect the most accurate information available. 

Disclaimer: This post is not a solicitation for business. The photo used in this post was not taken at the actual accident scene. The photo used in this post was not taken at the actual accident scene. None of the information in this post is intended to be legal advice or medical advice. If you are injured in an accident, seek medical assistance immediately.

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