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Archive for February 24th, 2020

The Final Destination: What Really Happened to the Cambodian Student?

Posted by te2ataria on February 24, 2020

Missing presumed dead: Jaden Chhayrann, 17, “not told about the dangers of Waihi Beach”

School care from hell: If you thought your teenager would be safe during a supervised school trip, think again!

NZ police, forced to release the victim’s name, even got his first name wrong:

Monday, 24 February 2020 – 1:22pm | Waikato
Correction – name release, swimmer Waihi Beach
The name of the 17-year-old boy missing off Waihi Beach is Jaden Chhayrann, not Jared.

Another supervised school trip ends in tragedy

Search and recovery services will today resume the search for the Year 13 Melville High School student Jaden Chhayrann, 17, from Cambodia, who was allegedly caught in a rip while swimming on a school geography excursion at Waihī Beach on Friday afternoon.

Missing presumed dead: Jaden Chhayrann, 17. The search continues to recover remains of the teenage student who went missing presumed drowned during a supervised school trip.


Locking… after life has bolted out of the victim

The school principal Clive Hamill said: “The board of trustees is hosting a special meeting on Wednesday, February 26, to receive my initial report on the incident and will be considering the employment of an independent investigator to undertake a thorough review.”

Swimmers not told about any danger at the beach

Line Eppler, a tourist from the Jutland region of Denmark, said […]  she had not been told about any danger at Waihi Beach before swimming.

Waihī Beach was not patrolled by lifeguards at the time Jaden got into difficulty, a report said.

MSM have reported at least six water-related deaths in just four days. Police report only a fraction of  the fatalities on their website.


Brazillian man dies on southern river
A Brazilian man has died after going missing on the Waiau River near Lake Monowai, Southland, on Friday evening.
Consul for Brazil Ana Cristina Turnbull confirmed that a Brazilian man had died in the incident, south of Te Anau.

Young Arab Boy Killed by Drowning
Thabit Shammout, 8, died after he was pulled from the water and was unable to be revived on February 9.

Fatal crash on State Highway 25 near Pipiroa

A 43-year-old Australian man was killed on State Highway 25 near Pipiroa on Saturday. The victim was in the country to attend “a wedding and was a Kiwi expat who had lived in Australia for 10 years.”



Monday, 24 February 2020 – 11:56am | Central
Name release – water incident, Whanganui River
Police can now name the person who died following a water incident in the Whanganui River on Friday 21 February.  He was 15-year-old Chase Swanson, who lived in Whanganui.

Mother dies trying to save her child from water in Northland
Kelsi Wood has been named as the mother who died trying to save her child from a rip at a Northland beach on Thursday, February 20, 2020.

Monday, 24 February 2020 – 1:55pm | Northland
Name release – Fatal crash, Northland
Police can now name the three people who died in a crash on Whananaki North Road, near Whangārei, early on Sunday morning. [Blog moderators believe at least 22 people were killed since Friday. ] They were Maurice Kareko, 35, Rhiannon Walters, 11, and Alec Walters, 5. A child remains in Whangārei Hospital in a serious condition.

Two of the people killed on NZ roads over the weekend have been identified only by their first names as Brenda and Chris. Their nine-month-old baby Eli remains in Waikato Hospital reportedly in a stable condition.

A Givealitle page has been set up for Eli and his half-brother Riley who would be cared for by family, the report said.

Another crash on Saturday about 10.30amkilled a 22-year-old woman after two cars collided on Morrinsville-Tahuna Rd, north of Morrinsville. Her name has not been released. Four others were injured including one seriously.

Fatal crash in the King Country
One person was killed and another suffered serious injuries, police said in a statement. Victims have not been identified.

Tuesday, 25 February 2020 – 11:27am | Waikato
Correction – name release, fatal crash, Putaruru
The man who was killed in a crash near Putaruru on Wednesday 22 January was Paul Dickinson Amies {nationality undisclosed,] who lived in Te Aroha.

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