A three-car accident in Ewa Beach killed a teenage girl and sent three others to the hospital on Tuesday.
Shocked neighbors and saddened students gathered around the accident site until all traces of the deadly collision were cleared.
As crews cleaned up the twisted metal and shattered glass, students came from Campbell High School to piece together what happened to their friends.
"I didn't even want to come down here, I wanted to stay away, I didn't even want to think about it," said Caragh Morris, a Campbell freshman.
But, she came because the teenage passenger, who died from the impact of the crash, had earlier made a lasting impression on her 9th grade friend.
"She was a good kid. She was the funniest girl I knew, I swear," said Morris.
In the townhouses above the wreckage, neighbors lined up for hours.
Many were stunned over the extent of the violent collisions, but some were thankful the accident scene was not any worse.
"My daughter walks this sidewalk every day. I'm glad there were no pedestrians here when the crash happened," said one resident who did not want to be identified.
Most, who lived nearby, were shocked the fatal accident happened in front of them, but Ferdinand Tamayo said he saw this coming.
"I knew something like this was going to happen sooner or later. I hope they do something at that intersection -- its dangerous," said Tamayo.
Neighbors believe Kaimalie Street is a particularly dangerous street because a driveway opens up to a blind curve, where parked cars usually line the road. That puts those pulling out in danger.
By the time the sun went down Tuesday, the mangled metal from the collision was finally taken away and the shattered glass swept up.
But some say they will never forget the impact of this accident, which ended the life of a young girl and emotionally shattered her family and friends.
To help them heal, on Wednesday Campbell High School will make counselors available to talk to students personally affected by the deadly accident.