Friday, August 29 2014 1:50 PM EDT2014-08-29 17:50:07 GMT
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The man who died in a fiery crash on the night of the tsunami warning has been identified.
The Honolulu Medical Examiner tells the Star Advertiser that the man was identified as Nolan Raboy, a 65-year-old California man who worked for Delta Airlines as an airline technician. He stayed in Haleiwa while in Hawaii for work.
His obituary states that he was an army Green Beret veteran.
Raboy was parked in his SUV waiting for roadblocks to be lifted during the night of the tsunami when a pickup slammed into his vehicle from behind.
The alleged driver of the truck, 29-year-old Donald Halleron, was arrested and has been in jail since the incident on October 28.