Preliminary research doesn't suggest so. (click to enlarge)
This five-year (2010-2014) GIS map of pedestrian / motor vehicle incidents was generated by the Hawaii Health Department's Injury Prevention System Branch and can be found under their self-named heading, crash map.
What this map doesn't tell us however, are the number of unreported incidents and near-misses that occurred. I'm sure pedestrians attempting to cross Kalanianaole tell a different story. Regardless of empirical evidence, let's all exercise a little more caution with one another. One incidence dot is already one incidence dot too many.