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World’s Deadliest Tourist Destination: Four bodies pulled from water in two days, fifth missing

Posted by te2ataria on February 9, 2020

Only in NZ: Two bodies found in Makarora River, one each on Ohope and Karioitahi beaches, fifth unaccounted for

Two trampers found dead in a South Island river is a “routine scenario”, despite the flagrant misrepresentations made by Conservation Minister Eugenie Sage.

First she lied by calling the incident, two trampers found dead in a South Island river, a “worst-case scenario”, despite the fact that thousands of visitors have been killed or seriously injured in NZ over the last two decades.

Sage reportedly told media on Sunday she was waiting to hear about the fate of a third person.

Then she lied again: “Police and emergency services will be doing everything in their power to find them.”

However, police have confirmed there was no search being conducted.

The victims had been hiking in the Mount Aspiring National Park—one of NZ’s top tourist deathtraps.

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First body pulled from Makarora River

“Police are currently investigating the circumstances that led to a body being found in the Makarora River yesterday [Friday] at 5.15pm.

“Initial enquiries indicate the death is not suspicious and Police are not looking for anyone else in relation to this matter.

“Police are in the process of notifying the person’s next of kin.”

Second body recovered from the Makarora River

“Police have today recovered a second body in the Makarora River, in the Mount Aspiring National Park.

“Around 12:30pm [on Saturday] a [second] body was discovered in the river by a member of the public, who notified Police.

“The body was found in the same area that another body was located yesterday around 5:15pm.”

Friday, 7 February 2020 – 5:30pm | Bay of Plenty [of Deaths]

Third person died in water incident, Ohope Beach

“Emergency services are at Ohope Beach following an incident this afternoon.

“Police were called to the area about 3.50pm after a person was pulled unresponsive from the water. That person has since died.”

One dead after water incident at Karioitahi Beach

One person has died in a water incident at Karioitahi Beach, southwest of Auckland.
Emergency services were called to the beach about 7.15pm on Sunday, after three people got into difficulty in the water.

Other Water-related Deaths – [limited to recently reported cases only]

Diver killed near Whangārei, Northland, named by police

‘The man who died following a diving incident in calm conditions in Northland has been named by police as Lee Victor Tohu, 52.
“On Saturday, a 23-year-old Christchurch man drowned after jumping into the Hokitika River gorge.
“On Sunday, Otago rescuers found a body, believed to be that of Vinnie Beecroft, a 14-year-old who went missing near Second Beach, Dunedin, on Thursday.
“On Monday, Whanganui rescuers found a body, believed to be a 24-year-old Israeli national who went missing in the Whanganui River on Sunday afternoon.
“Also on Monday, a man went missing at a swimming hole near Karekare beach in West Auckland. His body was found on Tuesday.”

Monday, 27 January 2020 – 5:42pm | Tasman
Name release – Hokitika River incident
Police are now in a position to release the name of the 23-year-old man who failed to surface from the Hokitika River on Saturday.
He was Solomone Tuitalau, [believed to be a Tongan national who lived in] Christchurch.

Tuesday, 28 January 2020 – 2:12pm | Waitematā
Body located in Karekare
The Police Dive Squad has located the body of a man who went missing while at a swimming hole in Karekare.
The man will now need to be formally identified and next-of-kin notified, many of whom are overseas.

Monday, 27 January 2020 – 1:28pm | Central
Body located in Whanganui River search
Police have this afternoon located a body in the Whanganui River.
While formal identification is yet to take place, police believe it is the man who failed to surface near Upokongaro yesterday.
His body was located in the Mosquito Point area.
Police will release the name of the man, a 24-year-old Israeli national, as soon as all family notifications have taken place.

Sunday, 26 January 2020 – 6:22pm | Tasman
UPDATE: Body located in Hokitika River search
Police have located a body at Hokitika River, Kokatahi, this afternoon.
Formal identification is yet to take place, however Police believe it is the 23-year-old man who failed to surface yesterday.

Other [Reported] Deaths: Murders, Negligent Homicides, Deaths…

Motorcyclist killed in serious crash in Manawatu-Wanganui (Sunday, 9 Feb 2020)
A motorcyclist was killed in a serious crash at Ashhurst, Manawatu-Wanganui around 3.10pm.
One killed in fiery crash near Mapua (Sunday, 9 Feb 2020)
Police confirmed before 10am that a person had been killed in a fiery crash on The Coastal Highway, State Highway 60, near Mapua, west of Nelson, about 2am.
Death after serious crash in Papamoa Beach, Bay of Plenty (Saturday, 8 Feb 2020)
A person died on Saturday after a crash on the Tauranga Eastern Link toll road near Papamoa about 7am on Wednesday.

300 cyclists to hit State Highway 2 en-masse in protest ride
Up to 300 cyclists will move en-masse during rush-hour traffic out of Wellington on Monday 17, February, and the organiser of the protest ride expects motorists will support the move.
The ride is to mark the death of Brent Norriss, a cyclist killed after being hit by car on State Highway 2 near Horokiwi on February 3.


Woman killed working on farm on Auckland’s remote Ponui Island
Feb 07 2020
A woman has died on privately-owned Ponui Island, in Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf after being injured while working on a farm about 9.45pm on Thursday.

Friday, 7 February 2020 – 3:24pm | Southern
Name release – Hillgrove-Moeraki Road crash
Police are now in a position to release the name of the motorcyclist killed in a crash on SH 1/Hillgrove-Moeraki Road yesterday morning [February 6].
He was 42-year-old Tane Roderick, of the Auckland area. [His nationality has not been disclosed. He was probably a Filipino.]
Person killed in collision between a car and a motorcycle in North Otago
Police presence in Porirua street following sudden death
Person dies after workplace incident in Wairoa, Hawke’s Bay

The start of 2020 saw five ‘preventable’ workplace deaths in a span of six days.

Two dead and one seriously injured following three separate crashes involving motorcycles
The three crashes occurred within an hour of each other on Thursday (6 Feb. 2020).
One motorcyclist was killed in a crash involving a car on Hillgrove-Moeraki Road, State Highway One, 20 kilometres north of Palmerston at 10:40am this morning.
Another motorcyclist was killed in a crash with a car around 10am on State Highway Three, two kilometres south of Mokau.
A third motorcyclist was transported to Palmerston North Hospital in serious condition after colliding with a car just after 11am on Mako Mako Road, Levin.

Person killed in collision between a car and a motorcycle in North Otago
Feb 06 2020 [not reported on police website, as of submitting.]
One person has been killed after a collision between a car and a motorcycle on Hillgrove-Moeraki road near State Highway 1 in North Otago.
Wednesday, 5 February 2020 – 5:01pm | Bay of Plenty
Name release: Taupo death
Police can now release the name of the woman who died in suspicious circumstances in Taupo on Saturday 25 January.
She was 33-year-old Sam Reid of Maketu.

Residents at quiet Auckland suburb disturbed by finding of possible human remains

Saturday, 1 February 2020 – 3:51pm | Southern
“Bodies of climbers recovered from Fiordland National park
Police and members of the Alpine Rescue Team recovered the bodies of two male climbers from Fiordland National Park yesterday.
“The bodies were recovered in the area of Mt Sabre in the Darran Mountains.”
“Police were alerted to the missing climbers on Thursday but were unable to fly into the area at the time due to deteriorating weather conditions.
“A team spent yesterday recovering the bodies and completing a scene examination to establish the cause of the deaths.”
“The climbers’ names will be released proactively by Police as soon as appropriate.”
Saturday, 1 February 2020 – 10:37pm | Canterbury
Christchurch Police investigate death
At about 5.30 pm today Christchurch Police responded to reports a person had been injured by a vehicle on Bevington Street in Avonhead.
Upon arrival, Police located a person with serious injuries who sadly died at the scene.

Saturday, 1 February 2020 – 10:25am | Southern
Update – Two people killed in Makarora crash
Police have charged a man in relation to the fatal single-vehicle crash on Makarora-Lake Hawea Rd, Makarora, on Thursday 30 January.
The 28-year-old man is due to appear in Alexandra District Court on Wednesday 5 February on charges of careless driving causing death and careless driving causing injury.
Police will proactively release the names of the two people who died once in a position to do so.
4WD crashes in remote Central Otago, killing one and injuring another
The crash occurred in Macetown, about 15 kilometres from Arrowtown in Otago.

Tuesday, 28 January 2020 – 8:06am | Southern
Name release – State Highway One, Mataura crash
Police can now name the two people killed in a crash on State Highway One, Mataura on 26 January.
They were Shaun Luke Hattrill, aged 21, and Nicola Jane Henare, aged 19.
Tuesday, 28 January 2020 – 12:49pm | Bay of Plenty
Taupō Police investigating suspicious death
Taupō Police are investigating the death of a 33-year-old woman at a rural property north of Taupō.
The woman was located at the property on Saturday 25 January with critical injuries.
She was transported to Waikato Hospital and tragically passed away on Sunday 26 January.


Two killed, two seriously injured in a violent crash near Mataura
Sunday, 26 January 2020
Two have people were killed an d two others seriously injured in a violent crash on State Highway 1 near Mataura, in rural Southland, a report said.
“It brings the day’s road death toll to four, after a two-car crash at 2pm, near Karapiro, left one person dead, while a crash in Kaitaia at 6am killed the sole occupant of a car after it left the road and hit a tree.”

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