Another crash victim “killed” but not dead!?
Posted by te2ataria on September 28, 2016
Sent by a reader in NZ’s ‘Gangs Capital’
Wallacetown [fatal?] crash – man critically injured???
Wallacetown crash – man critically injured
Wednesday, 28 September 2016 – 6:43pm
A man is in Southland Hospital with critical head injuries following a crash in Wallacetown this morning.
Unfortunately initial information indicated that the man was deceased.
Police apologise for the error and the distress caused to the man’s family by the release of the erroneous information.
Issued by Police Media Centre.
[Is it because police and the doctors in this country are no longer taught the fundamental difference between the living and the dead, or was it yet another case of statistical resurrection? Moderator B]
Body found in waterway in Whitianga, Waikato
Police divers searching for Lucas Cochrane have located a body in a waterway in Whitianga, believed to be that of Lucas Cochrane but formal identification is yet to take place.
Man dead after being thrown from car in Waikato, then hit by another
A 22-year-old man was killed after being thrown from the car he was driving (!) and hit by another oncoming car in Waikato.
The car reportedly crashed into a ditch on State Highway 30 in Kopaki, 20km south of Te Kuiti, at 9.20pm Tuesday night. Two passengers in the deceased driver’s car were injured.
Killed motorcyclist named
The motorcyclist killed in a crash at the intersection south of Rotorua on Tuesday has been named as 42-year-old James Simerka of Ngakuru.
About 900 people are killed on NZ roads each year. [Most probably] about 677 road fatalities have occurred in NZ since 1 January 2016, but only 233 reported by police/minitru.
Truth about the daily carnage on the roads hurts the massive foreign investment in New Zealand including the $10 billion tourism industry.
[The Stock of total foreign investment in New Zealand was at least NZ$ 322,279 million, excluding confidential amounts through Channel Islands, according to a report posted at https://www.nzte.govt.nz/en/invest/statistics/ ]
- No. of road fatalities recorded by Minitru as of September 23: Only 233
- No. of road fatalities recorded by Minitru as of September 28: Only 242
- No. of road fatalities for the period September 23-28 according to our contacts: at least 18