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Waikoloa Village Information Update for June 2nd, 2019

Victim in Critical Motorcycle vs. Vehicle Collision on May 16th, 2019 in Waikoloa Village has died.

The Hawaii Island Radio Scanner Community (HIRSC) team has received official confirmation from family members and sources that the victim, Jesse Lee Stacy, who was the motorcyclist involved in a critical motorcycle collision in Waikoloa Village on May 16th, 2019 has died.

It's unknown at this time if the driver of the vehicle involved this incident will be charged as the Hawaii Police Department (HPD) Traffic Enforcement Unit (TEU) continues their investigation.

This is the 11th fatal traffic collision on Hawaii Island Roadways for 2019.

(Information from previous post on this incident)

Hawai‘i Police Department Traffic Enforcement Unit Sergeant Thomas Koyanagi Phone: (808) 326-4646, ext. 229 Report No. 19-039458

A 38-year-old Waikoloa man suffered severe injuries following a two vehicle collision on Thursday (May 16) at the intersection of Waikoloa Road and Uluwehi Street. 

The 38-year-old male victim has been identified as Jessie Lee Stacy.

Responding to a 5:16 p.m. call, police determined that a white 2018 Nissan Altima being operated by a 61-year-old California man was making a left turn from Waikoloa Road onto Uluwehi Street when it collided with a westbound  blue 2001 Harley-Davidson motorcycle.  The 38-year-old male operator of the motorcycle was transported to the North Hawaiʻi Community Hospital where he was listed in critical condition. He was later transported to the Queens Medical Center on Oahu for further treatment.

The driver of the Nissan, a 61-year-old male, and a 60-year-old female passenger, were not injured in the collision.

Police do not believe speed or alcohol are factors in the collision. 

The Traffic Enforcement Unit has initiated a Negligent Injury investigation and is asking for anyone who may have witnessed the accident to contact Officer Jason Foxworthy at 326-4646, ext. 229.

Tipsters who prefer to remain anonymous may call the island-wide Crime Stoppers number at 961-8300 and may be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.00. Crime Stoppers is a volunteer program run by ordinary citizens who want to keep their community safe. Crime Stoppers does not record calls or subscribe to any Caller ID service. All Crime Stoppers information is kept confidential.

The Hawaii Fire Department (HFD) along with the Hawaii Police Department (HPD) responded to and are on scene of a critical motorcycle vs. motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Uluwehi Street and Waikoloa Road fronting the entrance to Wehilani at Waikoloa Village Thursday evening (May 16th).

The initial call came in just after 5:30 pm Thursday evening and crews from the Waikoloa Fire Station responded to the scene and upon the arrival of HFD crews, witnesses report a motorcyclist collided with motor vehicle at the intersection and motorcyclist (described as male patient) suffering from extremely critical injuries. Once crews arrived on scene, HFD immediately began life-saving measures and transported the male patient in extremely critical condition to the North Hawaii Community Hospital, where the patient condition remains unknown at this time.

HPD has closed westbound lane of traffic of Waikoloa Road between Pu'u Melia Street and Makana Kai Apartments and the intersection of Uluwehi Street while officers begin their investigation into the cause and circumstances of the critical accident. Officers were contra-flowing traffic using the eastbound lanes at the time, but may close all lanes for the investigation. (Please monitor Nixle/CD Messages for updates)

Moments after the incident at Waikoloa Road and Uluwehi Street intersection, another single vehicle (roll-over) accident off the side of the road occurred further down the road at the 1-mile marker on Waikoloa Road also snarling traffic. It's unknown at this time what condition of that patient, however sources say that patient had self extricated prior to emergency crews arrived on scene and appeared to suffered only minor injuries.

Details are slowly coming in and we will update you as more information becomes available.

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