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Two more Samoans killed in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on May 8, 2017

Why is NZ government unable to keep our children and foreign tourists from getting killed unnecessarily?

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Police Road Fatality Reports: Extreme Censorship in Effect to “Compensate” for   quintuple “road kills” on Saturday, April 30

  • Only three vehicle related fatality reports allowed by police today (Monday), including a road kill that occurred on Sunday, as of posting, despite multiple serious crashes.
  • UPDATE: Sunday’s road fatality reports now stands at three. See below, or click here.
  • Mayhem on the Bay of Plenty [of Deaths]: “Bay police are frustrated after attending more than 20 crashes across the Western Bay in just four days,” said a report. At least 46 people were killed across Bay of Plenty [of Deaths] region last year – almost double the 2015’s road toll of 29. [And we are only talking doctored police reports!]
  • See below for officially doctored road toll so far this year.
  • CORRECTION: The two tourists killed in the crash on Main South Road, Bankside, Canterbury on Thursday 4 May, 2017 were 29-year old Ms Ong See Yee and 38-year-old Mr Chin Tze Hau, both from Singapore, police said. They were 29-year old Ms Ong See Yee and 38-year-old Mr Chin Tze Hau, both from Singapore.
  • Based on insider information, statistical models and local news, We believe about 900 people were killed and 8,000 others seriously/critically injured on NZ suicide roads in 2016; however, only 328 fatalities were reported last year.

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Two killed, one in a critical condition, after Sunday’s crash

Two more Samoans were killed violently in New Zealand and a third man remains in a critical condition after a head-on crash on State Highway 1 north of Christchurch on Sunday.

The victims were Tauvale Ene, 40, and Sione Faraimo, 30, “who were in a south-bound station wagon, collided with a north-bound ute towing a trailer near Pa Rd, south of Woodend,” a report said.

“The two men in the ute, believed to be brothers, were flown in a rescue helicopter to Christchurch Hospital. A Canterbury District Health Board spokeswoman said one of the men was in a critical condition and the other was in a stable condition.”

Singapore Couple Killed Violently
On Thursday (May 4) two young Singapore nationals were violently killed when their rental van collided with an ute on State Highway 1 south of Dunsandel, about 40km southwest of Christchurch.  Ms Rena Ong and Mr Chen Zhi Hao were employees at technology firm Crestro, said the Strait Times.

NZ police had previously identified the victims incorrectly as 29-year old Ms Ong See Yee and 38-year-old Mr Chin Tze Hau.

They were killed in record time for foreign visitors arriving in New Zealand of about three hours.  Previous record was held by a French victim, Remi Morilleau, 27, who was killed in just under four hours after landing in Auckland airport.

The crashes have raised Canterbury’s [reported] road toll for 2017 to 21, the highest to date since 2003 and second only to Waikato’s 23. Last year, 31 people died on Canterbury roads. Police have conceded they may need a new approach.”

 

Rena Ong and her partner Zhihao Chen were killed violently when their Jucy rental van collided head-on with an ute. Rena Ong had celebrated her 29th birthday a week earlier. Tragically, the couple were killed in record time of about three hours since their arrival in New Zealand. Photo: supplied/ via stuff NZ

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Fatal incident at Acacia Bay
A serious incident at a rural Acacia Bay property in Taupo has left a woman dead, police said. “At 7.30am Police and emergency services were called to the address following reports a woman had been struck by a vehicle on the property. The woman was transported to Waikato Hospital and has since died from her injuries.”
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/police-attend-serious-incident-acacia-bay

Body recovered from fiery Chinese takeaway car crash
Suicide Driver smashed a Ford Falcon into a Chinese takeaway near the corner of Portage and Station roads, Papatoetoe, about 4.40am on Sunday [Reported Monday.]

Man dies following Clareville, Wairarapa crash
Monday, 8 May 2017 – 10:36am – Wellington
“A man has died following a crash in Clareville near Carterton in the Wairarapa on Thursday 4 May.
“The man who was injured in the crash has since died in Wellington Hospital.”
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/man-dies-following-clareville-wairarapa-crash

How many people killed on NZ death roads so far this year?

According to the heavily doctored official data released by Minitru [“Ministry of Transport”] as of this morning 132 people, including many foreigners, have been killed on NZ death roads so far this year as follows:
132  – The reported total number of people killed on the roads so far this year.
68  –  The reported Number of drivers killed so far this year.
28  – The reported Number of passengers killed so far this year.
14  – The reported Number of motorcyclists killed so far this year.
15  – The reported Number of pedestrians killed so far this year.
7   – The reported Number of cyclists killed so far this year.

Among the 15 pedestrians who were killed unnecessarily was Carla Neems, a six-year-old schoolgirl, who was crushed to death by a rubbish collection truck as she walked home from school in Gisborne on Tuesday, May 2.

Carla Neems, a six-year-old schoolgirl, was killed by a rubbish collection truck as she walked home from her school in Gisborne on Tuesday, May 2. Her tragic death was avoidable.

Why is NZ government unable to keep our children and foreign tourists from getting killed unnecessarily?

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