Woman killed in crash identified
HONOLULU (AP) — The Honolulu Medical Examiner’s office released the name of a woman who died after a delivery truck plowed into a group setting up booths for a farmers’ market during the weekend.
The woman was identified as 27-year-old Anne Runland of Honolulu.
The market at Kapiolani Community College was not open at the time Runland was struck Saturday morning, but the parking lot was full of vendors.
Police did not arrest a 23-year-old woman who was driving the truck, which accelerated over a curb. The vehicle also struck a man, who reportedly sustained a broken pelvic bone.
Police said the investigation will include a mechanical inspection of the vehicle.
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