Woman injured by hit-and-run driver Kiona Laulu Jr., 35, who was arrested for DUI, at Glenn Highway and Airports Height Drive in Anchorage, Alaska
Pedestrian hit by SUV in East Anchorage, police say
The officer saw Laulu’s vehicle lurch forward and strike a woman walking through the intersection, police wrote. Laulu left the area at what police described as a slow rate of speed and he eventually stopped nearby on Mountain View Drive.
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