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Posted by te2ataria on June 23, 2015

Four fatal crashes in Canterbury kills at least five people

Double fatality near West Melton, Canterbury

A fatal crash near West Melton which occurred shortly after 2.30pm this afternoon (23 June 2015) has killed at least two people, believed to be Chinese visitors.

“A Nissan Primera travelling north along Sandy Knolls Road has collided with a Toyota Hilux towing an empty double horse trailer travelling west bound along Halkett Road.  The male driver of the Toyota was uninjured but the male driver and female front seat passenger of the Nissan were confirmed as deceased at the scene.” Police said.

Investigation into fatal crash involving a horse continues
“The victim, 51 year old James Andrew Kelly, was travelling east-bound on Yaldhurst Road at approximately 8.40pm when the motorcycle he was riding collided with one of two unattended horses on the road. ” Police said.

One fatality following serious crash in Gebbies Valley
“Early indications are that the driver of a Toyota Surf, who was travelling towards Christchurch, has lost control as it crossed McQueens Bridge where there was a large patch of black ice and has spun into the path of a school bus travelling in the opposite direction. The female driver and sole occupant of the Toyota was confirmed deceased at the scene.” Police said.

Fatal crash near Woodend, Canterbury
A single vehicle crash near Woodend at the intersection of Harris Road and Gressons Road killed a male passenger at the scene, police said.

Other Fatal crashes:

Waitemata Police are disappointed

Waitemata Police are disappointed by the number of people who were found to be driving over the limit, following a drink-drive operation on the North Shore over the weekend.

  • A total of 16 drivers were found to be over the limit. Of this group, six people were given a summons to appear in court for driving with excess breath alcohol over 400mcg, and ten people were issued with an infringement notices for driving with excess breath alcohol between 250-400 mcg.
  • A further 16 infringement notices were issued to people for breaches of their driver licence.


Police did not say how many drivers they stopped.

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