Tehani Kealoha Death – Tehani Kealoha, a female swimmer at Moanalua High School died has passed away after competing in a meet at Kapolei Aquatics Center. According to reports, she was found unresponsive in the cooling off pool after her competition, and despite attempts to revive her, she passed away. Kealoha was set to graduate from high school the following week.
Tehani was a member of the Kamehameha Swim Club, and she has a twin brother who swims competitively for both Kamehameha and the KSC. Around an hour before Saturday’s scheduled start time of 6:00 p.m., the HHSAA announced via tweet that the match between ILH rivals would not go on as planned.
Tehani Kealoha Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE; Man died after motorcycle crash on Moanalua Freeway
On Sunday, a guy aged 35 years old was riding a motorbike when it collided with a concrete median in the Moanalua area. The man was pronounced dead at the scene. The collision took place at approximately 9:30 in the morning on the Moanalua Freeway, which is located close to the Ala Napunani Street underpass. The rider of a motorcycle was reportedly heading eastbound on the motorway and weaving in and out of traffic just before he lost control of his vehicle and crashed into the median.
The impact of the collision between the two vehicles caused the man to be thrown from his motorcycle and into the road. According to the police, he was taken to a nearby hospital, and shortly after his arrival, a medical examiner confirmed that he had passed away. At the time of the collision, he was wearing a helmet to guard his head against injury. It appeared to the police that speed was a contributing factor, and they based their assessment on that. This is the 25th person to lose their life as a consequence of a traffic-related incident on Oahu, whereas there were 26 people who lost their lives at this time last year due to a traffic-related incident.
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