Bhutanese refugees killed in NZ highway crash
Posted by te2ataria on April 20, 2016
Foreword: So much for refugee families being safe in New Zealand!
Bhutanese mother and baby boy killed in highway crash near Twizel, South Canterbury
Mon Chhetri, 37, and her 8-month-old son, Aron Chhetri, were killed in a serious crash. Her husband Tula Ram and one of their daughters, Jessica, were seriously injured near Twizel in South Canterbury, on Tuesday.
Tula Ram and his wife Mon Chhetri with two of their daughters, Jessica, 8, left, and Bidhya, 10. The crash killed Mon and the couple’s 8-month-old baby, Aron. Tula and Jessica were seriously injured. Bidhya was not in the car. Photo supplied/ via Stuff NZ.
Bhutanese refugee family were headed home to Christchurch after dropping their eldest daughter, Srijhana, 18, in Dunedin, where she attended the University of Otago, according to a report. http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/79112172/Mother-and-baby-boy-killed-in-highway-crash-near-Twizel-South-Canterbury
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The rental car, a silver Hyundai hatchback, seen after the fatal crash. A 22-year-old American tourist was violently killed in the crash and her parents were near-fatally injured on Monday. Their fate remain unknown, as of posting. Photo credit: Belinda Feek/ via NZHerald
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