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Photos: Overturned Vehicle at Valley Isle Memorial Park

May 12, 2016, 5:26 PM HST
* Updated May 13, 5:45 AM
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Maui police are on the scene of a traffic accident involving an overturned vehicle on the Hāna Highway fronting the Valley Isle Memorial Park in Haʻikū.

The accident was reported at around 4:20 p.m. on Thursday, May 12, 2016.

As of 5:10 p.m., Maui police had a contraflow in effect and were using one lane traffic, while debris cleanup is underway.

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Overturned vehicle fronting the Valley Isle Memorial Park. Photo credit: Nicole Schenfeld

Overturned vehicle fronting the Valley Isle Memorial Park. Photo credit: Nicole Schenfeld

Overturned vehicle fronting the Valley Isle Memorial Park. Photo credit: Nicole Schenfeld

Overturned vehicle fronting the Valley Isle Memorial Park. Photo credit: Nicole Schenfeld

Overturned vehicle fronting the Valley Isle Memorial Park. Photo credit: Nicole Schenfeld

Overturned vehicle fronting the Valley Isle Memorial Park. Photo credit: Nicole Schenfeld

Overturned vehicle fronting the Valley Isle Memorial Park. Photo credit: Nicole Schenfeld

Overturned vehicle fronting the Valley Isle Memorial Park. Photo credit: Nicole Schenfeld

Overturned vehicle fronting the Valley Isle Memorial Park. Photo credit: Nicole Schenfeld

Overturned vehicle fronting the Valley Isle Memorial Park. Photo credit: Nicole Schenfeld

Overturned vehicle fronting the Valley Isle Memorial Park. Photo credit: Nicole Schenfeld

Overturned vehicle fronting the Valley Isle Memorial Park. Photo credit: Nicole Schenfeld

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Overturned vehicle fronting the Valley Isle Memorial Park. Photo credit: Nicole Schenfeld

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