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The Final Destination: Emily Branje, 9, Swept into Water at Hokitika River Mouth

Posted by te2ataria on September 27, 2019

Lifejacket might have saved her life!

Hokitika whitebaiting incident – victim named as Emily Branje

Friday, 27 September 2019 – 11:13am – Tasman

The girl who was swept into the water at the Hokitika River mouth yesterday (Sept 26, 2019) was 9-year-old Emily Branje, police said.

Emily Branje, aged 9. “We are in shock and grief after receiving the news yesterday about our precious only child, Emily,” her family said.

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“Police continue to search for Emily and are supporting her family at this difficult time.”

Emily had been spending school holidays with extended family in Hokitika.

Emily and a 69-year-old man fell into the water on Thursday morning, triggering a large search. The pair “got into trouble and a member of the public was able to retrieve the gentleman but the girl went further out and is still missing”.

They were not wearing lifejackets, police said!

[Janine Branje, not related to the victim, says the name originated in France, but a letter was changed when ancestors moved to Netherlands to settle for better life.]

Police update: Body of missing girl located, West Coast
Saturday, 28 September 2019 – 10:46am – Tasman

The body of a young girl has been located near the mouth of the Grey River near Cobden, on the West Coast this morning.

“While formal identification is still to be carried out, we believe it is nine-year-old Emily Branje, who was swept into the water at the Hokitika River mouth on Thursday 27 [sic.] September.”

We don’t call them “the thick blue line” out of contempt for  incompetence alone!

The thick blue line get their dates wrong again! Source: https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/body-missing-girl-located-west-coast

UC student found dead was Mason Pendrous, 19

University of Canterbury (UC) student Mason Pendrous was found dead on Monday night by a Canterbury Living Village (CLV) staff member. Authorities are yet to say how the 19-year-old died, but sources say he is thought to have been dead for nearly eight weeks.

Staff running university halls where Pendrous lay dead for weeks were warned in May to check on him, a report said.

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