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Molomona Eteaki, Mauni Pahulu, Sione Vaitafa Killed in Crash on Highway 24 Near Camino Pablo


Car Hits Tree in Fatal Orinda Accident

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Orinda, CA (December 7, 2019) – Three men were killed in a solo-vehicle crash in Orinda. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of December 7 on Highway 24. 

A Nissan Versa went off Highway 24, near Camino Pablo. The car hit a tree, killing all three men inside. They have been identified as Mauni Pahulu, 22, Sione Vaitafa, 30, and Molomona Eteaki, 31. All three are cousins and were coming from a church event when the accident occurred. It is believed that slick roads were a factor. 

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Mauni Pahulu, Sione Vaitafa and Molomona Eteak.

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