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The driver involved in a hit-and-run incident on the Big Island has returned to the scene to render aid, according to Big Island police.

The collision took place on Mamalahoa Highway in Volcano on Sunday evening, resulting in the death of a man.

The incident occurred around 9:45 PM when the driver veered into the shoulder lane.

Initially, the driver believed they had hit a pig and continued driving to a friend’s house before eventually returning to the scene.

Upon arrival, the driver realized they had struck a man, promptly called 911, and was subsequently taken to the hospital.

Unfortunately, the victim did not survive.

The driver has been arrested and faces multiple charges, including negligent homicide, driving under the influence (DUI), accidents involving death or serious bodily injury, and failure to render aid.

The Big Island police are conducting an investigation into the incident.

Further details regarding the driver’s identity and any additional factors contributing to the collision have not been disclosed.

In other news, a task force has been established to combat the issue of illegal fireworks in Hawaii.

A recent measure passed in the state aims to address the problem and enforce stricter regulations.

The task force will work towards curbing the use of illegal fireworks and ensuring public safety.

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