A man died after his pick-up truck went airborne near Ko Olina.
It's an accident that had motorists doing a double-take.
The pickup truck ended up vertical, with part of its front end lodged into the grass.
The driver was pronounced dead at the scene.
The accident happened Tuesday just after 4 p.m. on Farrington Highway at the Ko Olina off-ramp.
Honolulu police say the truck was in the lane closest to the center median heading Waianae-bound.
All of a sudden, it veered across the right lane, just missed a traffic sign, drove up a slope, went airborne, took out a coconut tree, then landed, balancing on the what's left of the tree.
Witnesses told police that right before the accident happened, they saw the truck weaving a little and the driver looked like he either fell asleep or had a medical condition.
Police believe the driver is a 62-year-old man from Waianae. Officials have not released his name yet.
He was transporting a pallet of tiles in his older Chevy pick-up truck.
Police blocked off part of the Ko Olina off-ramp, but cars were still able to pass through.
No other vehicles were involved in the accident.
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