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Killed in New Zealand: Latest reported road toll

Posted by te2ataria on July 27, 2015

Last updated on 29th of July 2015

‘Star student’ killed in hit-and-run

Bay of Plenty of Deaths. Rangimaria White, 14, was killed after she was struck by a vehicle on Goring Street in Opotiki shortly before 3.45am on Sunday, 27 July, police said. The vehicle failed to stop.

Anyone with information should contact Whakatane Police on 07 308 5255 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

RIP rangimaria white
RIP. Rangimaria Christine White.  Described as a “star student”, the 14-year-old from Te Teko was killed in ‘hit-and-run’ on Sunday.


Fatal crash victim named

Bay of Plenty of Deaths.  The man killed in the crash on SH30 at Horohoro on Tuesday, 28 July has been named as Blair Amundsen, aged 35 from Kinleith. Mr Amundsen was killed when a logging truck lost control and collided with the ute he was driving.

“The crash occurred at approximately 1.25pm at Horohoro. A man from one of the vehicles died and two other occupants of that vehicle have been taken to hospital with injuries. One person from the truck and one person from the third vehicle have also been taken to hospital with injuries. Their conditions are unknown at this stage.”

“A short time earlier, at approximately 12.30pm, a car collided with a truck on SH5 at Wairakei. One female from the car has been airlifted to hospital with suspected serious injuries.”

Dead trampers confirmed as French Canadian students

Police has confirmed that the two bodies found in the Kepler Track area are those of 23 year-old French Canadians, Louis-Vincent Lessard and Etienne Lemieux.

Police will now work towards repatriating the two dead bodies to Montreal, Canada.


Fatal crash in Dunedin

At approximately 2:20am on 29 July a 2-car collision occurred at the intersection of Hope and Stafford Streets in Dunedin, said police.

A Ford Laser containing 6 persons being driven along Hope Street has failed to give way and collided with a Ford Courier Utility being driven along Stafford Street.

As a result of the crash an 18 year old female was rushed to Dunedin Public hospital in a critical condition. She died shortly after arrival.

Several passengers of the Laser were also injured and transported to hospital for treatment…

Victim of Pound Road crash named

Shannon David Stewart, 40, was the victim of a fatal crash involving a motorcycle and a van on Pound Road near the intersection with Savills Road (Canterbury) around 5pm last night (26 July 2015).

Victim of fatal crash near Tinwald named

The victim of a fatal single-vehicle crash that occurred on Grahams Road near Tinwald at around 11pm on Friday 24 July 2015 has been named by the police.

Terry Henry Munday was the driver and sole occupant of the vehicle that crashed, police said.


Missing South Otago man found dead in paddock

The body of a missing South Otago man, Ian Mathieson, has been found in a paddock in Balclutha a week after he disappeared.


Omapere man died of natural causes

A post mortem has revealed that a 42-year-old man involved in a fight at an Omapere address on Tuesday afternoon died of natural causes [!?

Killed in Northland ambulance crash

Police say the person who was killed when an ambulance crashed in Northland was Sonny Rawhiti Kemp of Kaeo.

Mr Kemp was a patient of St John in their care from early morning on 21 July and was being transported to hospital at the time.


Victim of fatal crash near Burnham named

Canterbury Police say the victim of a fatal crash involving three vehicles on SH1 between Burnham and Dunsandel on Thursday afternoon (16 July 2015) was Anthony Newton from Ashburton.


[Reported] Road deaths year to date
As at 27 July 2015 183
Same time last year 163
Fatal crashes year to date
As at 27 July 2015 165
Same time last year 150


Fatalities over 12 months to 27/07 : 315  

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