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Yet another deadly helicopter crash claims at least three more lives

Posted by te2ataria on October 18, 2018

NZ government (police and Ministry of Resurrection) under-report road fatalities in the same way Puerto Rican officials (US Govt) misled the world following Hurricane Maria. Death toll from the deadly storm was reported as only 64, instead of 2,975 as scientifically researched. About two-thirds of road fatalities in NZ go unreported, or unrecorded! [See blog entries under Ministry of Resurrection.]
See also: Police censorship produces NZ’s “lowest murder rate in decades”

2nd helicopter crash near Wanaka Airport leaves at least three dead

“Insanity: Flying helicopters in NZ and expecting not to crash…”

Second helicopter crash in the Wanaka area in recent times
“Police can now confirm that there were no survivors in a helicopter crash in Wanaka today. There were three people on board.
“The victims’ families have been notified and we are working to support them.
“We acknowledge this is the second helicopter crash in the Wanaka area in recent times and the impact this will have on the local community.”


A Wanaka family linked for generations with flying are mourning a second son lost to a tragic helicopter crash in three months.

Pilot Nick Wallis died with his passengers – two Department of Conservation (DOC) staff – on Thursday in a heartachingly similar crash to the one that killed his brother Matt in July.

The Final Destination: 4th foreigner killed on Sunday was International student from Nepal

Proudly killed in NZ: Two Indians, a Nepalese and a Filipino

Killed in NZ. Shamuel BK from Nepal had enrolled at Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki (Witt) in February. He was one of three international students killed in the crash. The fourth foreigner killed by drowning was a Filipino.

Killed in NZ The second foreigner killed in the crash “was 23-year-old Indian man Yatharth Vats, who had been studying a Level 8 Postgraduate Diploma in Hotel Management at the Pacific International Hotel Management School (PIHMS), Bell Block, since April. “

Killed in NZ. The third foreign student, another young Indian man, was killed in a car crash in Queenstown on Sunday, October 14. Harpreet Singh, 25, “was working at Mitre 10 Mega in Queenstown and had moved there only 6-7 months ago. He earlier worked at the same store in Botany branch in Auckland,” a report said. “Mr Singh had come to New Zealand as a student seven years ago and was supposed to travel to Punjab, India to meet his family later in December this year. ” [Police did not release the victim’s identity. Moderator]

“Singh died when the car he was driving collided with a Southern Discoveries tourist bus carrying 14 passengers, on SH6 just south of Queenstown.”

Killed in NZ. The fourth victim  Angelo Tuyay, believed to be a Filipino, was killed by drowning at Hot Water Beach on Sunday 14 October.

Meanwhile, police have blocked ALL news of road fatalities since Monday, as of posting.

Welcome to the World’s Deadliest Tourist Destination

Proudly killed in NZ

Foreigners Killed in NZ Since 2000
At least 4,500 overseas visitors, international students, foreign workers, recent emigrants and refugees have lost their lives and more than 30,000 others seriously injured in New Zealand between Jan 2000 and Jan 2018.


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