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The 1975th Tourist Killed in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on December 5, 2010

Uruguayan Tourist Eiraldi Hernandez Was the 1975th Foreigner Killed in New Zealand

Police farce say the 23-year-old woman was killed in a car crash on the Te Anau-Manapouri highway near Te Anau on December 3rd.

Ms Hernandez was reportedly “travelling around New Zealand on a working holiday.”

On average, two foreigners are killed in New Zealand every three days.

At least 1,975 foreign students, tourists and new immigrants have been Killed in NZ between  January 2000 and 3 December 2010

[Moderators’ Note: Additionally, up to 10,000 foreigners may have been seriously injured in the same period.]

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One Response to “The 1975th Tourist Killed in New Zealand”

  1. earlybird said

    It is just amazing, the litany of car crash victims in their papers every Monday. I am a NZ resident but am visiting abroad for awhile. I must say, I am happy not to be in NZ at the moment, and when my ends are tied up in NZ, then I will leave. I am amazed at how easy I find it to drive over here compared to New Zealand. In NZ, the roads are narrow with small lanes and no space on the margins of the roads (so no room for error or pulling off aside when someone makes a dangerous move). The sun is much, much brighter, and I find it gets in my eyes a lot worse down there, sometimes completely and dangerously blinding me. And yes, I wear those special glasses, but it does not help much. At night, there are the hoons and drunks and poorly-lit roads. No fencing protects you from sharp drops down to the sea or a fatal roll off the road down to sheep meadows far below if you overcorrect on a turn or try to dodge someone overestimating their passing space. Driving is terrifying in NZ, and the figures do not surprise me. I used to enjoy driving until I moved down there. Maybe I will enjoy it again once I leave for good. NZ is one of those places that is easier to get into than out of. Hence all the angry stuck migrants.

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