Man killed in crash identified as Alaska resident

HONOLULU — A driver killed in a pickup truck crash on Oahu has been identified as a 62-year-old man from Anchorage.

Honolulu police say John Klein died in the crash Tuesday.

Police say Klein at about 4 p.m. was driving on Farrington Highway near the Ko Olina off-ramp.

The truck was in the left lane near the center median heading toward Waianae but veered across the right lane, drove up a slope, went airborne and struck a coconut tree.

KHON-TV reported an autopsy concluded that Klein died from multiple blunt force injuries.

The death was ruled an accident.

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