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The Final Destination: Dutch National Killed in Tasman Crash

Posted by te2ataria on November 10, 2019

Dutchwoman Miranda Frijns violently killed in yet another avoidable crash on NZ death roads

Fatal crash on Kawatiri-Murchison – name release:

Sunday, 10 November 2019 -Tasman
The woman who was violently killed in a crash on Kawatiri-Murchison Highway in Tasman was 37-year-old Dutch national Miranda Maria Francisca Frijns, police have reluctantly revealed.
The fatal crash occurred on Wednesday 6 November.
https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-kawatiri-murchison-crash

On behalf of all decent Kiwis, the blog moderators sincerely apologise to the family and friends of Ms. Frijns for her tragic but avoidable “road-murder” in New Zealand.  We urge all foreign travellers to reconsider their travel plans before visiting our dangerous country.

We’d respectfully advise all would be visitors that transporting your body from NZ back to your country would cost about $20,000 – money your family have to find quickly.

New Zealand is the World’s Deadliest Tourist Attraction — The Final Destination.

More than 5,000 foreigners—overseas visitors international students, foreign workers and new immigrants from more than 60 countries—have been killed/murdered and 30,000 others seriously injured in New Zealand since January 2000. At least 98 percent of the casualties would’ve been avoidable, if the cutthroat, ultra-racist, white supremacist slaughterhouse gave a f*ck. [Updated January 2019]

For a partial list of the foreigners killed in New Zealand visit:

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Police Award: “Freedom of the Mistaken Gun Barrel” !!

Given that the police “put wrong fuel in vehicles 28 times in one year ” would it not be appropriate to award them the prestigious “Freedom of the Mistaken Gun Barrel Police Award” so that they could shove their gun barrels up their butts by “mistake” and smile ear-to-ear each night before they go to bed??

Police put wrong fuel in vehicles 28 times in one year
“Taxpayers have forked out more than $11,000 in one year after police staff put the wrong fuel in their vehicles.

“A total of 28 incidents of misfueling were reported [it’d be interesting to know how many incidents were NOT reported.] from October 2018 until September 2019.”
https://stuff.co.nz/national/117166694/police-put-wrong-fuel-in-vehicles-28-times-in-one-year

Other reported road murders, bodies discovered…

Latest Road Carnage in Canterbury
Update: Fatal crash, Selwyn
Sunday, 10 November 2019 – Canterbury
Police can now confirm two people have died following a crash on Main South Road, Bankside this morning.
Police were called to the crash around 8.50am.
Seven others received moderate to minor injuries.
https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/update-fatal-crash-selwyn

Police spelling lesson No. 10,935

“i” before “e”, except after “c”!
[If still in doubt, use the freaking spell check on the PC.]

“Emergency services are at the scene of a serious crash on Main South Road, Bankside.
“Police were called to the crash, involving a truck and several other vehicles, around 8.50am.
“A number of people are reported to have recieved [sic] a range of injuries.”
https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/serious-crash-selwyn

Update – serious crash, Whanganui
Saturday, 9 November 2019 – Central
“The person seriously injured in the crash on Anzac Parade, Whanganui earlier this evening has died. The road is closed with diversions in place while the Serious Crash Unit examines the scene. Motorists should continue to avoid the area. One person is assisting Police in relation to the vehicle that was reported to have left the scene.”
https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/update-%E2%80%93-serious-crash-whanganui

Hit-and-run driver described by the pathological police as having “decamped from the scene”
The serious crash, between a car and a motorcycle, occurred at 6:15pm near Georgetti Road.
“On arrival the car and any occupants had decamped from the scene”.
https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/serious-crash-whanganui-3

The Good News and the Bad News!!

Body located, Mt Pirongia
Sunday, 10 November 2019 – Waikato
“Police searching for a Waikato man who went missing in June have located a body. Police and Waikato LandSAR began a search of the Pirongia mountain area on June 17 after the 44-year-old man’s car was seen in a car park on Greys Road.”
“For five months, we have been systematically searching throughout the Mt Pirongia area,” Senior Sergeant Paul Slater says.
“Yesterday afternoon a body was located at the summit.”
https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/body-located-mt-pirongia

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