Young man dies after single-car crash in Vava’u

Mate ki'i tamasi'i ne 'i ha me'alele ne mafuli 'o fa'aki 'i ha fu'u pou'uhila 'i Fungamisi , Vava'u 'i he 'aho Sāpate ko 'eni 3 'o Sune' ofi he taimi 4ef. 'Oku te'eki tuku mai 'e he kau polisi' ha fakamatala he me'a' ni.

A young man has died after a vehicle he was in slammed into a power pole at Fungamisi, Vava’u.

Local Radio Waves Vava’u news broadcaster Manu Tapueluelu told Kaniva News  the incident occurred on Sunday afternoon at about 4pm.

She said the deceased was believed to be the only person who was in the vehicle when the crash occurred.

Tapueluelu described the victim as “very young.”

Police have yet to release a statement about the incident.

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