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Vol. 9, Issue 332 • Saturday, November 27, 2004
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A police officer investigated the twisted wreckage of a garbage truck yesterday that apparently lost its brakes coming down Makakilo Drive and ended up at the Kapolei Shopping Center. One man was killed and another seriously injured in the incident.
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