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The Final Destination: Another German Woman Killed in NZ

Posted by te2ataria on February 21, 2020

German woman killed near Otorohanga, NZ

Tuesday, 18 February 2020 – 11:27am | Waikato
Fatal workplace incident, Otorohanga
The woman who died in a work-related incident on Bayley Road near Otorohanga on 10 January has now been named by police.
She was 35-year-old Lucy Nolscher, who is believed to be a German national.
The victim was reportedly killed when a qaud bike rolled on her in a farm where she was working.

German National Missing in NZ  [Recently]

Family of German tourist in New Zealand concerned for his wellbeing
The family of a German man travelling around New Zealand have concerns for his wellbeing after having no contact with him in two weeks.
Alexander Fabrice Gaitzsch, 24, left Munich and last spoke to his family on November 30 [2019] when he arrived in Auckland, godmother Babett Bildergalerie said.

Alexander Fabrice Gaitzsch, 24, who survived cycling in multiple countries, was travelling around New Zealand on a bike, when he went missing in December 2019. Photo supplied/via Stuff.

Another “Pakeha Pete” Commits Mass Murder!

Killed mum suffered daily sexual abuse

Killer Aussie torches family, stabs himself to death

Rowan Baxter, Originally from Tauranger, New Zealand, was a former member of the New Zealand Warriors team in 2005. He was in a custody battle with Ms Clarke, according to The Courier-Mail.

Later, working as a fitness coach for the National Rugby League, the Kiwi beast trained other players in fitness and technique for the sport.

Baxter then set up a business with his wife, running a fitness company, Integr8 .

Hannah Clarke and Rowan Baxter with their three murdered children Laianah, Aaliyah and Trey.

Murders, road kills/negligent homicides, deaths… reports that escaped police censorship (The following reported cases comprise a fraction of the actual incidents. TM)

Sent by blog contributors:

Search to resume tomorrow for person missing at Waihi Beach, Bay of Plenty (21 Feb 2020)
Three others have already drowned in the last 24 hours, including a young boy.
Person dies in the water at Northland’s Langs Beach
Feb 21, 2020
A person has died in a water incident at Langs Beach, near Mangawhai Heads in Northland at about 11.30am on Friday.
Monday, 17 February 2020 – 4:21pm | Counties Manukau
Linwood Road serious crash: Name release
Police can now release the name of the serving Police officer who died on Saturday following a serious crash in Karaka on Thursday 13 February.
She was Constable Naomi McRae, aged 35 of Auckland.

PoMeWa said

Child drowns after being swept into sea at Napier – Feb 21, 2020

Friday, 21 February 2020 – 4:28pm | Eastern
Water rescue, Marine Parade, Napier
Emergency services are currently responding to a water incident off Marine Parade, Napier.
A person [believed to be a child] was reported to be in difficulty in the water around 3.40pm.
Body found on Tauranga walkway [Feb 21 2020] — Not reported on the police website!
Young man dies after falling from handrail at Auckland’s Viaduct basin
Mother dies trying to save her child from water in Northland Feb 21, 2020
St John said one person [most probably the child] in a critical condition was taken to North Base Hospital by helicopter on Thursday.
Surf Life Saving Northern Region chief executive Matt Williams said Baylys Beach was one of the most dangerous on Northland’s west coast.
Since 2000, there have been [multiple] preventable drownings at the beach, according to Water Safety New Zealand.

Thursday, 20 February 2020 – 9:21pm | Northland
Drowning incident – Baylys Beach
Emergency services were in attendance at an incident at Baylys Beach, Kaipara after a report of a drowning around 5.45pm.
One person is in a critical condition and another person has minor injuries.
New Zealand woman dies from meningococcal after complaining of ‘stomach bug’  — 20 Feb, 2020 4:48pm
The 20-year-old New Zealander Amelia Clayton fell ill and suddenly died in her bed at the Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.
Her grandmother, Helen Clayton, told The West Australian her granddaughter was immunised against the B strain of meningococcal but not the W strain which proved fatal.  [www.news.com.au]
Friday, 21 February 2020 – 8:47am | Auckland City
Can you help? Search and rescue operation underway on Great Barrier Island
Police are asking for the public’s assistance to identify the owner of a bike which has been left at the start of a tramping track on Great Barrier Island.
Our enquiries have led us to believe that the bike, which has been left at the beginning of Palmers Track and Aotea Road, has been there since Monday February 17.
Friday, 21 February 2020 – 11:14am | Central
Update: Missing person in Whanganui
Police searching for missing 53-year-old woman Mary Collinson are appealing to the public for sightings of her vehicle.
It is a green 2008 Mazda 2, registration FDY123.
Friday, 21 February 2020 – 2:09pm | Central
Body located near Somme Parade, Whanganui
The Police Dive Squad has located a body near Somme Parade in Whanganui today.
The body is believed to be that of a person who was reported missing while swimming near Somme Parade yesterday evening.
Young man dies after falling from handrail at Auckland’s Viaduct basin – Feb 19 2020
Tim Rogers, 24, never regained consciousness after the tragic accident which happened around 11pm on Waitangi day.
Fatal crash near Waikato University — Feb 06 2020 — Not reported on police website!
A person was killed when their vehicle hit a wall at the intersection of Old Farm Road and Nottingham Drive, in Hamilton East.
“Tragically a vehicle has struck the wall and the driver has been killed as a result of the impact. It’s very early stages of the investigation so I can’t comment on causes. But an absolute tragedy that someone has lost their life on our roads,” Waikato Road Policing Manager Inspector Jeff Penno said.

Police & Media said

Wednesday, 19 February 2020 – 2:02pm | Southern
Name release: Winton Lorenville Highway fatal crash
Police can now name the person who died in a crash in Winton on Sunday 16 February.
She was 20-year-old Thalia Jayden Newport of Invercargill.
Wednesday, 19 February 2020 – 2:11pm | Bay of Plenty
Serious crash, Rotorua
Rotorua Police are appealing for witnesses to a serious crash in the Rotorua area on Thursday 23 January.
The crash, involving a car and a pedestrian, occurred at around 1.40pm at the roundabout intersection between Ranolf Street and Malfroy Road.
A 71-year-old woman was taken to Waikato Hospital with critical injuries. This person later died on 29 January.
Tuesday, 18 February 2020 – 1:39pm | Waikato
Sudden death – Melville, Hamilton
Attribute to Detective Sergeant Andrew Saunders
Police are investigating a sudden death at a residential property in Purcell Place, Melville, Hamilton, where a person died yesterday.
Man assaulted in Rotorua street dies in hospital
Feb 17 2020
A man found seriously injured in a busy Rotorua road later died in hospital.
Woman dies in single-vehicle crash near Ohinewai, Waikato Feb 10, 2020
A woman has died after a single-vehicle crash just north of Huntly, Waikato.
Woman found dead in Tauranga farewelled
“A woman found dead after a domestic incident in Tauranga has been farewelled in Auckland. Mother of two, Jessielee Booth [her nationality has not been disclosed,] was the partner of Anthony John Fane [his nationality has not been disclosed,] the man killed after a shootout during a police chase on Thursday. ”

News 24/7 said

Tuesday, 18 February 2020 – 11:27am | Waikato
Name release – workplace incident, Otorohanga
Police can now name the woman who died in a work-related incident on Bayley Road near Otorohanga on 10 January.
She was 35-year-old [German national] Lucy Nolscher, who lived in Otorohanga.
Tuesday, 18 February 2020 – 1:39pm | Waikato
Sudden death – Melville, Hamilton
Police are investigating a sudden death at a residential property in Purcell Place, Melville, Hamilton, where a person died yesterday.
Emergency services were called to the scene around 7.45am.
Police are aware there has been speculation into the cause of the incident, however at this stage the death remains unexplained.
Tuesday, 18 February 2020 – 12:15pm | Bay of Plenty
Update: Death of five-year-old, Rotorua
Additional charges have been laid in relation to the death of a five-year-old child at Rotorua Hospital on 8 February.
The 24-year-old man previously charged with assault of a child has now been charged with murder.
A 28-year-old woman has been charged with ill treatment/neglect of a child.
Monday, 17 February 2020 – 3:05pm | Bay of Plenty
Update: Man died after being seriously injured, Malfroy Road, Rotorua
Police are continuing to investigate an assault on a man on the afternoon of Saturday 1 February on Malfroy Road in Rotorua.
Sadly, the man passed away in hospital on Thursday 13 February.
Kiwifruit smuggler ordered to pay Zespri $15 million

[Just when you thought Kiwis were the worst, others surprise you. Ed]
Did police murder husband and wife (because of a secret deal gone wrong?) 17 Feb 2020
The woman found dead in a Tauranga home was the partner of the man murdered by police during a police chase. District Commander Superintendent Andy McGregor probably knows more about what really happened.
He was also a “suspect” in the McLaren Falls double murder two days earlier. So killing him (and his wife), as well as the other two men, to eliminate all witnesses would make “perfect” sense, if police were involved.
Three fatalities in separate North and South Island crashes today 6/02/2020

One person has died following a single vehicle crash in Te Puke earlier today.
In separate incident shortly after 3pm this afternoon in Hamilton, a person died after a vehicle crashed at the intersection of Old Farm Road and Nottingham Drive.
Third death:A motorcyclist died following a crash with a car on the road leading into Moeraki township.

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