Koa Kane Clark, a 30-year-old resident of Waikloa, tragically passed away in a car accident in Ka’. Clark was driving a black 2008 Mercedes-Benz 280 convertible at a high speed when he lost control and hit a rock wall. He was ejected from the vehicle and pronounced dead at the hospital. The police suspect that speed and impairment were factors in the collision. An autopsy will be conducted to determine the cause of death. Anyone with information about the crash is urged to contact Officer Adam Roberg of the Hawai’i Police Department. Tranquility Paths reported
Koa Kane Clark, a 30-year-old resident of Waikloa on the Big Island, tragically lost his life on August 13 in a car accident in Ka’. Clark was driving a black 2008 Mercedes-Benz 280 convertible when he lost control of the vehicle, speeding off the road and colliding with the rock wall sign at the entrance of Manuka State Recreational Park near the 81.2-mile marker. As a result of the collision, Clark was ejected from the car. Despite being rushed to Kona Community Hospital, he was pronounced dead at 1:18 am on August 14.
Authorities responded to the scene after receiving a call around 8 o’clock on the evening of August 13. A 25-year-old male passenger from Kailua-Kona, who was also in the car during the accident, was taken to Kona Community Hospital for medical treatment. Thankfully, he is currently in stable condition. The police suspect that both excessive speed and impairment contributed to the collision. It is worth noting that Clark was not wearing his seatbelt, which is required by law.
An autopsy has been ordered to determine the exact cause and circumstances of Clark’s death. Unfortunately, his passing marks the eleventh traffic-related fatality in 2023, compared to twenty-five at the same time last year. Officer Adam Roberg from the Hawai’i Police Department’s Area II Traffic Enforcement Unit is urging anyone who witnessed the crash to come forward with information. They can reach Officer Roberg by calling 808-326-4646, extension 229, or by sending an email to email@example.com. The Area II Traffic Enforcement Unit has initiated an investigation into the incident. For those who wish to remain anonymous, Crime Stoppers can be contacted at 808-961-8300.
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