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The Final Destination: Taiwanese Man Killed by Drowning in Kai Iwi Lakes

Posted by te2ataria on December 30, 2019

Taiwanese Man Hanbo Bao, 44, Killed by Drowning near Omamari

Police have named 44-year-old Taiwanese male Hanbo Bao as victim of drowning in Kai Iwi Lakes.

He was killed by drowning in a “snorkeling incident in Kai Iwi Lakes near Omamari at around 3pm” on December 25.

Mr Bao (known as Campbell) lived with his wife Iris Lin Li, and son Sam Bao Lishan in Albany, one of the northernmost suburbs of Auckland metropolitan area.

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Monday, 30 December 2019 – 12:39pm | Counties Manukau
Murder-mystery/ Murder-suicide? [“Serious incident”] – Papatoetoe
Police are currently at the scene of a serious incident on Sunnyside Crescent, Papatoetoe.
Shortly after 9.50am, Police received a report that a body was located inside a property.
Police attended the address and located the body of a woman inside a bedroom.
A child was also located in the room with critical injuries and he has been transported to Starship Hospital.
A further search of the address revealed the body of a man who was located deceased inside the property’s garage.

Monday, 30 December 2019 – 8:55am | Waikato
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Monday, 30 December 2019 – 9:19am | Northland
Name release – Kai Iwi Lakes
Police can now name the person who died at Kai Iwi Lakes on 25 December.
He was Hanbo Bao (known as Campbell), aged 44, from Albany.

Monday, 30 December 2019 – 12:17pm | Tasman
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Police were notified at 12.15am that a car had collided with a pole.

Monday, 30 December 2019 – 2:07pm
Stay alive when you dive
By the first week of November, 2019 had seen 62 preventable drowning fatalities in New Zealand. [Number of the unpreventable drowning fatalities has not been released.]
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Tractor crash in Northland leaves one dead, three seriously injured
One person has been killed and three others seriously injured in a tractor crash in the Far North.
Police said the crash happened at Touwai Bay, near Whangaroa.

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Update – serious crash, SH3, Kaitoke
One person has died following the serious single-vehicle crash on SH3, Kaitoke, near Concord Line.

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