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Jason Yotsuda

Area Manager

Propark Inc

HQ Phone:  (860) 527-2378

Email: j***@***.com

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Propark Inc

One Union Place

Hartford, Connecticut, 06103

United States

Company Description

About Propark America Propark America is one of the nation's leading parking companies, providing full-service parking solutions across all parking markets including office buildings, retail centers, corporate campuses, airports, universities, medical institut...more

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Account Executive

Hawaii Distribution Center


Sales

Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions


Traffic Reporter

KSSK Radio


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Jason Yotsuda
Pest Management Consultant


KSSK AM 590 - FM 92.3 Radio...Aloha from Hawaii!

Jason Yotsuda


http://www.starbulletin.com/news/20100314_Police_did_not_conduct_extensive_search_for_a_wrong-way_driver.html

The Toyota was driven by radio and television traffic reporter Jason Yotsuda, who said he was surprised police did not make a greater effort to find the wrong-way driver.
"It's amazing more people didn't get hurt," Yotsuda said. Yotsuda swerved away from the oncoming truck, which hit the side of his vehicle and kept going Koko Head-bound in the Ewa-bound lanes. Yotsuda was not injured. On the police tapes, a stunned Yotsuda calls 911 to report the incident at 4:47 a.m., about three minutes after the first 911 call. "There's a car driving the wrong way on the freeway," Yotsuda tells the dispatcher. The Toyota was driven by radio and television traffic reporter Jason Yotsuda, who said he was surprised police did not make a greater effort to find the wrong-way driver. "It's amazing more people didn't get hurt," Yotsuda said. Yotsuda swerved away from the oncoming truck, which hit the side of his vehicle and kept going Koko Head-bound in the Ewa-bound lanes. Yotsuda was not injured. On the police tapes, a stunned Yotsuda calls 911 to report the incident at 4:47 a.m., about three minutes after the first 911 call. "There's a car driving the wrong way on the freeway," Yotsuda tells the dispatcher.


http://www.khon2.com/news/local/story/KSSKs-Jason-Yotsuda-Victim-of-Wrong-Way-Hit-and/G8No7xSTjkqHsC67ZpxWIQ.cspx

KSSK traffic reporter, Jason Yotsuda
KSSK traffic reporter, Jason Yotsuda Veteran traffic reporter Jason Yotsuda is counting his blessings. Yotsuda was the victim of an early morning hit-and-run accident Monday after his Toyota Corolla was struck by a large pick-up truck heading in the wrong direction on the H-1 Freeway. For nearly 12 years, Jason Yotsuda has delivered daily traffic updates for Oahu drivers. He never imagined he would be part of the news. "No, I never thought I would be involved especially on something like this -- I thought what are the chances somebody coming on the wrong way on the freeway," said Yotsuda. It happened on the H-1 Freeway just before 4:45 a.m. on Presidents Day morning. Yotsuda was on his way to the Great Aloha Run when he saw headlights quickly coming at him. "I was coming in the left-lane over here and then the truck was coming in this lane this way -- and I swerved and hit me...and ricocheted off all the way across on this embankment and I thought I was going to flip over because the car was going like this and I was like oh now I'm going to flip over."> Yotsuda says it happened quickly. "He was on me fast, it was like a split second," said Yotsuda. "He didn't stop he just kept on going, he slowed down a little bit and just kept on going." A witness stopped to make sure Yotsuda was alright. Yotsuda says it took several hours before he realized how lucky he really was. "When it was time to sleep I was like everything came to my mind, it was like woah I could have died in that thing," said Yotsuda. "We've had cars on the wrong way before and its ended up very tragically so fortunately this one didn't end up that way." On Tuesday morning, Yotsuda returned to the auto yard to retrieve personal items from his damaged vehicle. As he looked over the damage one last time it was another reminder of the what could have happened. "He had to get off on an on ramp so even that's dangerous," said Yotsuda. Jason, do you feel a presence in the room with you? God is also watching you watch others. Through you God is also protecting us. No matter what make of car, there is the time when God will pull anyone who is ready to leave. Evidently it is not your time, Jason.


Star Bulletin News

As KSSK's traffic reporter, Jason Yotsuda spends much of his time telling his listeners about highway accidents in Honolulu.
On Monday morning he called the station to report his own.


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