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Car upturned after hit-and-run in Kaneohe

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A hit-and-run crash on Kaneohe Bay Drive left a Nissan sedan turned upside down on Thursday night.

The accident occured at around 8:00 p.m. near the intersection of Kaneohe Bay Drive and Mokapu Saddle Road. 

Witnesses at the scene say that the driver of the Nissan, the vehicle that was hit, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol.

Police say they are looking for the other vehicle involved in the incident, which reportedly took off just after the crash. Investigators say it is likely a dark colored vehicle that has front end damage.

 

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