Only two vehicle-related fatality reports allowed so far today!
Even third-world countries have better codes of dental/medial practice
At least 14 patients at a dental clinic in Palmerston North were put at risk of infection after the staff failure to properly sterilise dental instruments.
Lumino clinical advisor Dr Cathrine Lloyd was quoted as saying [believe me?] no other Lumino practices were affected.
“The scare comes on the back of another in Pukekohe in January, when faulty equipment put about 2500 child at risk of infectious diseases.”
Other News in Drips…
Deadly crash at Milford near the Homer Tunnel
At least one person was killed at 12.10pm today when a car apparently rolled down a bank into the river. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/crash-milford-near-homer-tunnel-update
Deadly crash at Arrow Junction near Crown Range Road
“Three patients (!!!) from a two-car collision [ambulances???] at 2.30pm on the Gibbston Highway have been air-lifted to hospital, and one person has died at the scene.”
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WTF: Woman jumps out of car after abduction in central Auckland
The victim, a woman in her 20s, jumped out of the moving car in Copeland Street and was taken to hospital in a moderate condition.
State of emergency declared in Hawk’s Bay as fire burns homes
“Two houses were destroyed and more than 50 people evacuated today, as the worst of the fires blazed through about 500 hectares of dry grass and pasture west of Waimarama Beach.”
Gangs a byproduct of state care – Black Power member
“A Black Power member, one of many who suffered abuse in state care, has accused the government of never taking responsibility for it.”
More than 100,000 children were taken from their families and put into state institutions between the 1950s and 1980s. Many suffered abuse and neglect while in state care.
Watch: Shocking video of racist attack in Huntly, Hamilton
The frightfully ugly bitch, Megan Walton, has been found guilty. As for the sentencing…
Fatal off-road trail ride in Manawatu
The man who was killed at a road trail event in Waituna West on February 5, 2017 has been named as 25-year-old male Samuel Stonnell [nationality unspecified,] who lived in Palmerston North, police said.