Hawaii's roads is like a psychiatric hospital.
A driver was forced to delay turning left because two pedestrians used a crosswalk when the traffic light instructed them to stay on the sidewalk.
The situation could have turned deadly because an oncoming driver was so focused on speeding through a red light -- they nearly slammed into the vehicle that was forced to stop in the middle of the road because of those pedestrians.
What's sad is the pedestrians looked homeless, but they was obviously looking for insurance money. This is common issue for drivers in Hawaii.
In that same road a load of drivers was going so fast -- they was driving on the center line. It looked like they was driving at least 40 mph in a 25 mph zone. That location has a low speed limit because the road is narrow and near multiple schools.
By the way, if a pedestrian is struck by a driver going 40 mph, the chance of survival is a mere 20 percent, according to federal data!