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News of Dead Tourists Still Trickle in

Posted by te2ataria on April 7, 2010

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Two Israeli Tourists Kill Two English Tourists

Despite the government threats, some news of the tourists deaths prove too difficult to suppress

Two English tourists were killed today on the Mossburn-Five Rivers Road after a crash involving another vehicle driven by an Israeli national.

The victims were an English man, 73, who died at the scene and his wife, 64, who died four hours later at Southland Hospital, in Invercargill, according to a report.

The two Israelis in the  other vehicle, a man and a women, both in their 20s, were not seriously hurt.

Both vehicles were hired are from the same rental car company, the report said.

It is the second crash in North Southland in three days.

NO other information was made available concerning the name and details of the car rental company.

It’s also unclear whether the deaths occurred as a result of an accidental crash were accidental, or targeted killing.

Some of the other tourists killed in the last day or so:

Fifty-one-year-old Cathryn May Carr’s life support was turned off at on Monday after she was critically injured when a car hit her bicycle from behind on Old West Coast Rd, Christchurch, on Saturday.

Abdullah Aldousari, 19, was the front seat passenger killed when the Toyota Camry he was in tried to overtake a truck and collided with an oncoming Mitsubishi on the Desert Road on Sunday.

Mr Aldousari, from Kuwait, was living and studying in Auckland. The driver of the Toyota, also 19 and from Kuwait, is in a critical condition in Waikato Hospital.

In another double fatality on Sunday, Auckland motorcyclist Steven Gorrie, 38, was killed in a crash on State Highway 1 in the Dome Valley north of Warkworth. The Japanese man riding as his pillion passenger is yet to be named.

Police are slowly releasing more of the names of Easter victims as their next of kin are informed.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/3555457/Body-found-two-days-after-crash

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