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Who was the young woman fatally injured near car park on Mt Taranaki?

Posted by te2ataria on October 8, 2015

Who was the victim?  Why her death remains unexplained?

At about 5.28pm on 4 October 2015 “a 30 year old female was involved in a motor vehicle accident near the sky field car park on Mt Taranaki,” according to the police.

“She was flown to Taranaki base hospital by the rescue helicopter but died as a result of her injuries on route.”

“The woman’s name will not be released until family members have been notified,” police added.

That was five days ago, but there’s still NO news about who she was and how she actually died…

We demand to know who the victim was and what exactly caused her death.

One Response to “Who was the young woman fatally injured near car park on Mt Taranaki?”

  1. BIG BROTHER said

    Kathleen Mary Hammonds, 30, was killed after the ute she was a passenger in rolled at the Pembroke Rd carpark on Mt Taranaki on Sunday.
    Ms. Hammonds had started work as a nurse with the Taranaki District Health Board this year.
    The cause of daeth was serious chest injuries.
    http://www.stuff.co.nz/taranaki-daily-news/news/72815404/new-plymouth-woman-killed-in-fatal-car-crash-on-mountain-to-be-celebrated.html

    The woman who died after falling from her horse has been named as Laurie Nicole McNulty, 39, from Levin.
    http://www.stuff.co.nz/manawatu-standard/news/72886190/horse-fall-victim-named-as-levin-woman.html

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