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A 23-year-old man has become Oʻahu’s 25th traffic death of 2023 after crashing his motorcycle on Wilikina Drive in Wahiawa.

The incident occurred on Thursday, May 4 when the man collided with another vehicle that was exiting a residential area.

The man was taken to the hospital in critical condition, where he later passed away.

This is the 9th motorcycle traffic fatality on Oʻahu this year.

The Honolulu Police Department held a news conference to address the recent string of motorcycle crashes.

Officials say that vehicles with only two wheels are inherently more dangerous than those with four, and added that speed has been a factor in most of these recent deaths.

The HPD is urging motorcycle riders to ride within their limits and assume that other vehicles do not see them.

While the motorcyclist involved in the crash was wearing a helmet, authorities believe that he was speeding at the time.

The driver of the other vehicle only sustained minor injuries.

Lawmakers are also considering ways to address the recent increase in traffic fatalities on the island.

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