Hawaii News

Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Separate bomb scares disrupt Honolulu airport and Pearl Harbor-Hickam

Authorities are investigating two bomb scare incidents Monday involving suspicious packages, including one at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport that led to the closing of part of several baggage claim areas and a couple of gates. The other incident was at the Borchers Gate at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. A male suspect was taken into custody at about 6 p.m. in connection with the Pearl Harbor case and turned over to Honolulu police, officials said. It’s unknown whether the two incidents are related. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has taken the lead on the airport incident, officials said. Reportedly, a bag with wires attached ended up shutting down baggage claim areas 22-27 on the first floor of Terminal 2, as well as gates F-1 and F-2 on the second floor. They are on the Diamond Head end of Terminal 2, which formerly was the Overseas Terminal.
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Monday, October 3, 2022

Fire burns home in Maui; 5 displaced, 1 injured

Five people were displaced and one tenant sustained a minor burn injury when a fire engulfed a Haiku home on Friday afternoon, according to the Maui Fire Department. The fire was reported at 2:40 p.m. on Haiku Road. Crews arrived on scene and found a working structure fire that had fully engulfed a main dwelling, cottage and accessory structures, according to the Fire Department. Three engine companies, along with rescue, hazmat and tanker crews from Kahului, worked to control the fire by about 4 p.m. The Fire Department said that the Red Cross was assisting the displaced residents, and that the tenant who sustained a burn injury to the leg was in good condition. Damage estimates were not available as of Friday afternoon. The cause is under investigation, the Fire Department said.
Maui News

Girl, 5, and woman seriously injured when vehicle crashes into Honolulu home

Two people, including a 5-year-old girl, were seriously injured when a vehicle struck a home in Kaimuki Friday morning, according to Emergency Medical Services. The crash occurred at the intersection of Harding and 3rd avenues at about 7:20 a.m. A white 2022 Toyota 4Runner was traveling west on Harding Avenue when it collided with a purple 2012 Toyota Scion that was turning right onto Harding Avenue from 3rd Avenue, according to Maj. Ben Moszkowicz of the Honolulu Police Department’s Traffic Division. As a result of the collision, the Toyota 4Runner veered to the left across Harding Avenue and struck a home, causing exterior damage. The home’s chain link fence as well as steps leading to the front door of the residence sustained damage. An iron handrail near the front door was also damaged.
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