One killed, another injured in truck crash

One tree-company worker was killed and another was injured June 12, 2020, in Honolulu, Hawaii, when their company truck went off an overpass onto a highway below.

Albert Ramos, 55, who was identified as the driver of the truck, was killed. His passenger, a man identified in reports only as Sinisa, 23, was injured.

Ramos was driving the truck that was pulling a trailer carrying construction equipment. They were traveling eastbound on the H1 Freeway viaduct when Ramos lost control and struck the center concrete median. Upon impact, the truck went over the median and landed below on Nimitz Highway.

Ramos was transported to a nearby hospital in critical condition, where he later died. Sinisa was seriously injured and taken to a nearby hospital. No other vehicles were involved, according to a KITV4 Island News report.

Carol Kwan, owner of Carol Kwan Consulting, LLC, in Mililani, Hawaii, alerted us to this report.

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