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Sarah Dean, left, an acquaintance of Kirk Hodges, who was killed yesterday near the Ala Wai Boat Harbor, talked about the victim. Hodges, a noted amateur surfer, was stabbed in the back eight times. Another man drowned, and two other people were hospitalized after a fight early yesterday that apparently stemmed from a noise complaint.
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