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Japanese woman killed in 3-car crash named

Posted by te2ataria on May 1, 2015

Canterbury Police release identity of the victim of Gardiners Road fatal crash

Canterbury Police confirm the victim of a fatal crash involving three vehicles on Gardiners Road on 22 April 2015 was 52 year old Kaori Heaney (née Matsumoto) .

http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/victim-fatal-crash-gardiners-road-named

Other reported victims of road kills this week

Police still bamboozled by fatality near Mercer
Counties Manukau Police say they are still investigating the death of a woman who was found in the middle of the road at around 2:30am on 25 April (last Saturday morning).

Sarah Bromley, aged 37, was found on State Highway One, Mercer, near the petrol station and appeared to have been struck by multiple vehicle.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/police-looking-information-following-fatality-near-mercer

Pedestrian killed in a road crash in Whakatane formally identified

A pedestrian killed in a road crash in Whakatane on Friday (24 April) has been formally identified as 17-year-old Raiden Howden who was struck by a car on Keepa Road, Whakatane at approximately 8.50pm.

Enquiries are also continuing into a second fatal crash in the Awakeri area of Whakatane the following night (Saturday, 25 April) which claimed the life of another 17-year-old male. His details will be release as soon as the formalities have been completed.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/whakatane-crash-victim-named

Ministry of Transport

Ministry of Transport data shows there were 280 fatal and 2,965 serious injury crashes at intersections [in Auckland and Wellington?] from 2009-2013. Of those, 12 fatal crashes and 149 serious injury crashes were caused by a driver running a red or an amber light.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/red-light-cameras-go-live-auckland-and-wellington

 

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