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Another murder mystery in Waikato River?

Posted by te2ataria on January 10, 2016

Another man drowns in “ankle-deep water”

A 42-year-old man who drowned while swimming in the Waikato River near Hammond Park was reportedly found lying face down in ankle-deep water.

Police were called to the river off Malcolm St in the Riverlea area of Hamilton on Saturday about 4.50pm, according to reports.

“There were people who were watching him… He appeared not to be distressed. Then he reached reasonably close, the shallower part of the river or was approaching the shallower part of the river, so people kind of took their eyes off him,” said Senior Sergeant Pete van de Wetering of the Waikato District Command Centre.

“Within a couple of minutes… he had sort of submerged. “http://www.stuff.co.nz/waikato-times/news/75749844/man-drowns-in-waikato-river

Also on Saturday…

Auckland man’s body recovered from Coromandel stream
Police said the 32-year-old Auckland man set out canyoning by himself on Saturday near Table Mountain, Thames.

“He came into grief  in a river,” said Senior Segreant Rupert Friend of Waikato Police.

[The “river” is actually a stream with less than 8 inches of water. And Senior Segreant Rupert didn’t say how he knew details of the dead man’s “grief”.]  http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/75602873/auckland-mans-body-recovered-from-coromandel-stream

 

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New Zealand Kills Another Korean

Posted by te2ataria on January 11, 2010

At least 6 foreigners killed in New Zealand in 9 days

More South Koreans Are Killed by kiwis than by North Koreans

Jae Hyun Ahn, a 35-year-old South Korean man was killed after he was struck by a car on a one-way bridge, on State Highway 25 in the Coromandel, near Tairua, on Saturday.

In the first news bulletin released after his death, New Zealand police said Jae Hyun Ahn was 30 years old and was hit by a car.

In the second news bulletin, the victim grew wiser by 5 years and became 35 (this sort of things do happen in New Zealand),  yet the doctored report said he was killed when he crashed into two stationery cars on the one-way bridge.  [Presumably the cars were parked on the one-lane bridge!]

We are advised by two of our insider contacts who work for the police farce that at least 7  other foreigners have been killed in New Zealand since the beginning of the holiday season, but their details have not been released.

Reported Cases of the Foreigners Killed in New Zealand Since Jan 1, 2010

6. Jae Hyun Ahn, a 35-year-old South Korean national was killed on a one-way bridge, on State Highway 25 in the Coromandel,  south of Tairua, on Saturday.

5. Anderson Luiz Dos Santos, 32, a Brazilian national was killed in a crash near Queenstown on Friday evening.

4. Cushla Rachael Braddock, an Irish woman who went missing  for three days, was found dead by passers-by at Pomare in the Hutt Valley on January 5, 2009. [As usual, police said her death was not suspicious.]

3. Mia Susanne Pusch, 19, from Fulda, in Germany,was killed violently after a truck crushed her body as she cycled in Manawatu, New Zealand.

2.  An unnamed Filipino  mysteriously drowned while fishing at west Auckland’s Piha Beach, on January 3, 201o. The 35-year-old man was allegedly swept off the Dawsons Ledge rocks while fishing about in perfectly calm waters.

1. Deborah Howell, 68, a veteran editor and former Washington Post ombudsman was struck by a car and killed near Blenheim, New Zealand. She was the first foreigner reported killed in New Zealand in 2010.

In 2009 the average “kill rate” of foreigners in New Zealand was 1 foreigner every 2 days.

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Global food safety alert: Toxic NZ shellfish warning

Posted by te2ataria on January 7, 2009

Biotoxin Bulletin – Global Food Safety and Health Bulletin # 24 – Toxic Shellfish warning.

Do NOT Consume or Import New Zealand Shellfish.

Toxic shellfish from New Zealand can cause paralysis and respiratory failure within 12 hours of being consumed.

Public Medical Officer of Health in New Zealand reported that levels of paralytic shellfish poison were “particularly high” along the eastern coastline and urged people  to avoid shellfish from the area.

In small quantities,  the toxin can cause numbness and tingling around the face or extremities, difficulty swallowing or breathing, dizziness and double vision.

“In severe cases it can cause paralysis or respiratory failure within 12 hours of a person eating the shellfish.”

This warning pertains to the Coromandel and Bay of Plenty coastline.

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