Hawaii Bicycling League to host vigil in remembrance of those killed in Monday's deadly pedestrian crash
The Hawaii Bicycling League asks the public to come together to mourn the tragedy of Monday night's deadly crash on Ala Moana Boulevard at a vigil that they will host on Wednesday January 30th.
This statement was posted on their Facebook page:
"On January 28th at 6:30 p.m. a driver, likely speeding, driving recklessly, and inebriated, crashed through a crowd of people at the intersection of Ala Moana Blvd and Kamakee St. leaving 3 people dead and multiple others injured. Our hearts go out to the families of those lost and to those recovering from injuries. This is terrible. This is senseless. This is completely preventable. This is violence that has no place in our society."
The vigil, community gathering and sign waiving will take place at the intersection of Ala Moana Boulevard and Kamakee Street. The schedule will be as follows:
5:00-6:30pm – sign waving
6:30pm – 3 minutes of silence
Although some signs with safety messages will be provided, the public is also encouraged to bring their own sign.