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More tourist misery and road kills in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on March 3, 2015

TODAY’s NEWS BLACKOUT ALERT: Code RED  See Ministry of Truth for an explanation of the codes.


Tourist who lost father in NZ road collision had lost partner in motorcycle crash

Taiwanese visitor Chia-Fang Chu, 39, who lost her father in a two-vehicle collision  at an intersection of Jones Rd and Dawsons Rd in Templeton, south of Christchurch, on February 18, had lost her partner in a motorcycle crash.

Her father had suggested they holiday in New Zealand so that Chu could recover from depression brought on by the death of her partner who was killed in the crash, said a report.

Mountain biker dies after fall

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11410025

Four women injured in the Bay of Plenty

Four women have been injured, one critically, in a road crash in the lower Kaimai area in the Bay of Plenty this afternoon ().

“Initial reports show up to seven vehicles were involved, however, [the Ministry of Truth intervened immediately and] emergency staff later said two vehicles had crashed.”

One victim was flown to Waikato Hospital with critical injuries, and two others with serious injuries taken to Tauranga Hospital. “The fourth woman had moderate injuries and was also taken to Tauranga Hospital, the spokesman said.” http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11410005

Motorcycle crash kills rider
A man died in hospital after his motorbike went out of control and crashed on State Highway 25A about 2km from Puketui Rd. (Mar 1, 2015 )
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11409987

Weekend of carnage on Waikato roads
http://www.stuff.co.nz/waikato-times/66813176/weekend-of-carnage-on-waikato-roads

Witness sought for fatal crash in Tokoroa
Police Serious Crash Unit is currently investigating a fatal crash between a pedestrian and a small truck which occurred on Dalmeny Street Tokoroa at approximately 9pm on Friday, 20 February.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/witness-sought-fatal-crash-tokoroa

Whangarei Unexplained Death 27/02/2015
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/updates/36384

Father dies weeks before son’s body found
“The father of a teenage climber who was lost on Canterbury’s Tasman Glacier more than 40 years ago died just weeks before the discovery of what is believed to be his son’s body.

“David Moen was 19 when he was swept away by an avalanche near the Tasman Saddle on September 16, 1973. Moen, of Invercargill, had been climbing with Australian William Richards, 64, said a report.

Many people have lost their lives on NZ mountains. At least 62 people have gone missing in Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park alone since 1907 and never been found. However, seasonal melting of the Tasman Glacier this year has so far revealed the remains of a second missing climber.

“The second set of human remains was recovered last week from the bottom of the Hochstetter ice fall as it entered the Tasman Glacier. No details on the possible identity of that person were available yet but police said the two discoveries were from separate incidents and not related.”

Keys taken off tourist who caused back up to take photos
A Dunedin vigilante [“nutter”] took car keys from a tourist who had stopped to take photos on Otago Peninsula, causing eight vehicles to back up on the narrow road, said a report.

“It is at least the fifth time a driver has taken the keys off an overseas tourist in recent weeks, with police urging the public not to take matters into their own hands.”

At least 95.8 percent of all fatal crashes on New Zealand “death roads” are caused by kiwi drivers.

 

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