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Man accused in Nanakuli McDonald's death found mentally fit

Albert Birmingham (on the left) is found mentally fit to proceed to trial. Albert Birmingham (on the left) is found mentally fit to proceed to trial.

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Albert Birmingham, the driver charged with manslaughter for allegedly running over a woman at the Nanakuli McDonald's is found mentally fit to proceed to trial.

Witnesses say Raelynn Adams' boyfriend had confronted Birmingham after he repeatedly yelled & honked his horn at them while both vehicles were in the drive-thru.

Adams, 20, died after being struck by an SUV. Trial is set to begin Feb 21.

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