Truth, or Tourism: No road fatalities reported over the weekend!!
Posted by te2ataria on February 15, 2016
Only an EMP could stop road fatalities in New Zealand
A nuclear electromagnetic pulse (NEMP, or EMP) is a burst of electromagnetic radiation created by nuclear explosions, which can induce damaging currents and voltage surges in electrical and electronic devices, such as those used in a car, rendering the systems inoperable.
On Friday, DAY 57 of the latest NEWS BLACKOUT campaign in NZ, the Ministry of Transport’s (heavily doctored) Road Toll stood at 39.
Earlier today, the Minitrue released their latest (heavily doctored) stats:
|Road deaths year to date|
|As at 15 February 2016||41|
|Same time last year||37|
|Fatal crashes year to date|
|As at 15 February 2016||36|
|Same time last year||35|
Blog estimate: [most probably] up to 126 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016.
The two additional fatalities, listed since February 12, appear to be related to previous crashes.
Other Drip News:
Drowned Diver Named
Manawatu Police have released the name of the diver who was killed by drowning on Saturday at Akitio beach in the Tararua District on the southeast coast of the North Island. He was Malcolm Bruce Cameron, aged 37. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/drowned-diver-named
Man killed in boating incident
A man was killed in a boating incident at Sponge Bay Island, near Gisborne, earlier tonight. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11590076
Two pensioners stabbed in S. Auckland
Two pensioners were stabbed in Freemans bay Auckland. Both victims, one male and one female, are over 65-years-old and have been transported to Auckland City Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11590075
Third time “lucky”?
A boy who has epilepsy AND the kidney disorder Fanconi’s syndrome was mistakenly dispensed zinc capsules, instead of sodium bicarbonate, by a pharmacy.
“When the boy suffered epileptic seizures — [allegedly] unrelated to the zinc capsules — and was admitted to hospital, a hospital pharmacist checked his actual medications against his prescriptions and noticed the error, notifying the ward doctor and the pharmacy.” http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11590028
Truck driver dictates “traffic laws”
A truck driver, [allegedly] twice cut-off by a female tourist driver near Queenstown, threw the tourist’s car keys over a fence in frustration over the driving. Police have urged members of the public to call police on *555 if they want to complain about motorists. [The problem is the service is often unavailable!] http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/76883987/Frustrated-truck-driver-throws-tourists-car-keys-over-fence-near-Queenstown
A reader commenting on Stuff NZ said:
Half of the problem on NZ roads are people jumping to take offence at other peoples driving and not being able to just drop it. Often this is just a result of an aversion to being overtaken. The resulting cowboy behaviour is usually worse than the original “offence”.
How did the truck driver make the other car pull over?