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Death toll hits 62 in Samoa measles outbreak

Posted by te2ataria on December 5, 2019

Latest update: 4,217 reported measles cases kill at least 62 –Govt of Samoa

Latest update: 4,217 measles cases have been reported since the outbreak with 165 recorded in the last 24 hours. To date, 62 measles related deaths have been recorded, government of Samoa said.

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Death toll hits 42 in Samoan measles outbreak

Posted by te2ataria on November 30, 2019

Latest update: 3,149 reported measles cases claim at least 42 lives –Govt of Samoa

Death toll from the measles outbreak in Samoa has climbed to 42, with 17 victims declared dead in the last five days. Some 38 of the victims were aged four or younger.

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How police report a double fatality they’re unable to censor

Posted by te2ataria on May 8, 2019

Double fatal crash – as reported by police

Another “journey Inside NZ police’s tiny heads”

In the first police report [Wednesday, 8 May 2019 – 8:22am,] one motorist is pronounced dead, and another is “understood to be in a critical condition [that’s a new police code for saying they haven’t yet decided whether to report the fatality.]”


In their second report, issued just 34 minutes later, police finally reveal their latest secret: “The person initially reported to be in a critical condition following the serious crash on State Highway 3, Otorohanga, has now died.”

However, there’s no mention of the first fatality that was initially reported . So if the first report is removed by “mistake,” as is often the case with police report “archive,” there would be only a single fatality to worry about!

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Proudly killed in NZ: Killed in the air, killed on the sea, killed in the streets…

Posted by te2ataria on April 2, 2017

Heavily Censored Police Road Fatality Reports

  • NO vehicle-related fatality allowed in police reports as of posting today, despite multiple serious crashes.


There’s no better place to get killed…  eight out of ten people killed in New Zealand would probably agree!

Killed in the air and on the ‘landing grounds’

Fatal microlight crash at Kaka Point
Two people have died in a microlight crash at Kaka Point in the Clutha District this morning. The crash happened shortly after 10am on Sunday 2 April, 2017.

Killed on the Sea and on the Beaches…

Diver killed in Wairarapa
The body of a male diver has been recovered from water in a remote area of south Wairarapa. Police were called to Tora at 11.47 am today.  It’s understood the male was diving with a companion. Due to limited (!?) communications in the area, there is no further information available.

Heavily Censored News From New Zealand’s Suicide Roads

Police Correction – Name release: Double Fatal crash south of Dunedin
“This media release corrects the name of the 24-year-old man, by adding the family name of ‘Cowie’. We apologise for the error.
“Police can now release the names of the two people who died in the fatal crash on State Highway One near Riverside Road, south of Dunedin, on Friday 31 March, 2017. They were Erica Ward, 27, and Cody James Cowie, 24, both of Dunedin.”

Serious crash in Gordonton, Hamilton
“The intersection of Puketaha Road and Taylor Road in Gordonton, Hamilton is closed following a serious crash. The crash occurred just before 2pm this afternoon and involved a car and a motorbike. The motorcyclist received critical injuries and has been taken to Waikato Hospital. The driver of the car was uninjured.”

Serious crash on Killarney Road, Hamilton
In a serious crash on Killarney Road, Hamilton, which happened at 6.15pm this evening, when a car has hit a power pole, the driver received serious injuries and was taken to Waikato Hospital in a critical condition, police said.

Appeal for witnesses after cyclist seriously injured in crash near Nelson
Police are appealing for witnesses to a crash near Nelson in which a female cyclist sustained serious injuries. The crash, involving a Nissan four-wheel drive and the cyclist, happened on the corner of Wensley Road and Dorset Street, in Richmond, at about 6.15pm on Saturday 1 April 2017.”

Scenic Deathtraps…

Tramper skittled by falling rock on Mt Ngauruhoe
“A man has been thrown head over heels 50m down the side of Mount Ngauruhoe after he was struck by a falling rock.” [His fate is unknown]
“Mt Ngauruhoe is the volcanic cone of Mt Tongariro, and is one of New Zealand’s most active volcanoes. It is 2287m high and last erupted in 1975.”

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Even Klingons couldn’t be this reckless

Posted by te2ataria on December 4, 2015

For more information see: https://newzeelend.wordpress.com/ministry-of-truth/


Two vehicles ‘disintegrated’ in Hellensville crash; cyclist almost killed  in separate collision

Three people have been injured, on of them critically, in a dramatic collision State Highway 16, near Helensville in Auckland. The crash left both vehicles “totally disintegrated,” with the engine of one car ripped out and thrown about 100m away, said a witness.

Cyclist almost killed in Highland Park crash

The Helensville crash followed another serious incident south of the city in Highland Park, where a female cyclist who was walking with her bike was hit by a white SUV. She was then thrown into the path of another car vehicle. The SUV fled the scene. The cyclist has sustained critical injuries.

Recent road-murders, injuries and mayhem

  • A Chinese couple who had been married for 40 years were tragically torn apart by an unlicensed driver who fell asleep at the wheel, a court has heard.  Jie Zheng Chen and his wife, Jie Wu, came to New Zealand with a view to moving permanently, but on February 9 a walk through Royal Oak abruptly changed that.

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Weekend deaths, injury and mayhem worse than reported

Posted by te2ataria on November 30, 2015

Motorcyclist killed in crash, tourists seriously injured

Craig Alan Chambers, 39, was killed when his bike and three vehicles collided near Oamaru.

Two foreign nationals in a rented car were involved in the crash, police said.

“The passenger of the rental car, believed to be the male driver’s partner, had to be cut from the Toyota and was flown to Dunedin Hospital with serious injuries, but police have confirmed she survived the night,” according to a report.

Other fatal crashes included:

  • Traffic chaos after Auckland motorway crashes
    Sections of the Auckland Motorway network were closed after several crashes. A motorcyclist was killed in a crash on the Auckland Harbour Bridge about 4.30pm. In another crash involving six vehicles, a man sustained serious injuries  near the Gt North Rd offramp.

NZ Tourism claims more Chinese victims

Six Chinese tourists, including a baby boy, were involved in a crash on their way to the West Coast. Three Chinese women were flown to hospital – one with serious injuries – after a tree
crushed their van near Arthur’s Pass on Sunday.

One woman, aged 32, sustained serious abdominal injuries and two other women, aged 33 and 36, had moderate injuries. The other three people involved in the crash, two men and a baby boy, had less serious injuries, including cuts to their faces, said a report.

Pregnant woman, two others  injured after car ploughs into group of people

Meanwhile, a pregnant woman sustained a broken leg and two others were also injured after being struck by a car in Hamilton. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11553372

One killed after bitumen tanker explodes in Waikato
A bitumen tanker exploded, covering a person in hot tar. The victim died from serious burns.

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This week’s uncensored murders, road kills…

Posted by te2ataria on April 10, 2015

Road reopened after fatal crash

Canterbury Police said SH1 south of St Andrews has reopened following a fatal crash involving two vehicles shortly after 2.45pm this afternoon (10 April 2015). No details of the deceased has been released.

One person was in a critical condition and was taken to Christchurch Hospital by helicopter. Another person in a critical condition was taken to Timaru Hospital. Three other people have been taken to Timaru Hospital with serious injuries, police said.



Police were called to a sudden death at the Copthorne Hotel in Auckland this afternoon (10 April 2015).

They found a dead woman in a room. NO names, details, etc, etc… has been released

Victim of fatal crash south of Rangitata Rd Bridge was a Jordanian man

Canterbury Police say the victim of the fatal crash south of the Rangitata Road Bridge involving a Honda Civic and a stock truck and trailer unit on 29 March 2015 was a 39-year-old Iyad Hassan Mohammad Abunahleh who was originally from Jordan.

Police name female victim of fatal crash near Lake Pukaki

Canterbury Police say the victim of the fatal crash involving two vehicles near Lake Pukaki on 5 April 2015 was 50-year-old Jacqueline Helen Marsden. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/victim-fatal-crash-near-lake-pukaki-named?hootPostID=cbdc0c7d9c97a95164270ba6fd8870b2

Underwater sonar search at Lake Coleridge continues

Police deployed a radial sonar at Lake Coleridge today during the continued search and recovery operation for the kayaker who went missing on Saturday afternoon (4 April 2015).

The missing man’s [wealthy family,] who are being supported by the NZ Army and Canterbury Police, have asked for privacy while the search continues.

Coleridge Intake Road will remain closed from Algidus Road to the intake while the recovery operation is underway.  http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/underwater-sonar-search-lake-coleridge-continues?hootPostID=c3ff622d262f71ab086bd4615715cfff

 Another Fatal crash in Whangarei

A 53-year-old man was killed in a crash in Whangarei Thursday night (9 April 2015).

The man was riding a motorcycle on Riverside Drive towards Onerahi when he collided with a car about 6.20pm at the intersection with Mackesy Drive, police said.

Another fatal collision between a truck and a car on a busy Waikato Highway

A fatal head-on collision between a truck and a car on a busy Waikato Highway, 1km south of the Wharepoa Rd intersection, has killed one person, believed to be the driver of the car, and left a second person in a critical condition.

Arrest made in relation to assault on two Korean fisherman at Ti Point Wharf

Teenage boy killed in quad bike accident near Kaikohe, Northland

Two fatal crash victims identified

Two men were killed in separate road crashes in the Bay of Plenty this week. Lawrence Mio Kerr, aged 51, from Torere near Opotiki, the driver of a fully laden logging truck, was killed when the truck rolled. This crash occurred shortly after noon on Tuesday, 7 April on State Highway 35 near Waihau Bay.

Motorcyclist Clinton Hunter, aged 26, was killed in a crash at approximately 6.55pm on Wednesday, 8 April on Carmichael Road, Bethlehem, Tauranga.

Homicide victim named

Yet another fatal quad bike crash

Farm owner who had been spraying weeds was killed after he rolled his quad bike into a drain at Hodders Road, Carterton, and became trapped underneath it.

Air search reveals no sign of three missing men

Manawatu Police launch homicide inquiry

A 28-year-old man, possibly a foreign visitor, was killed  in Palmerston North on 7 April 2015.
Police said they have arrested a 26-year-old Palmerston North man at the scene and charged him with murder.   http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/manawatu-police-launch-homicide-inquiry

Fatal Logging Truck crash in the Bay of Plenty (of deaths)

A fully laden logging truck left the road and overturned into a ditch on State highway 35 between Waihau bay and TeKaha in the Opotiki District, killing the  driver (7 April 2015). http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/fatal-logging-truck-crash

Woman left lying on road after ‘hit and run’
A severely injured woman was found lying on the side of a country road after what police are treating as a possible hit and run. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11427523

Three crashes in Tasman

Man who fell from capsized boat still missing

Family of female jogger killed by overtaking car angered by sentence
The family of a woman who was killed by an overtaking car while she out jogging is angry because the killer driver (the man who was at the wheel) has escaped a prison sentence.

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Road Toll, Visitor Deaths in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on March 2, 2010

Monthly Update: Visitor Deaths, Road Toll in New Zealand

As of March 1, 2010 at least 417 people have been killed or seriously injured on New Zealand’s deathways [roads] so far this year.

As of March 1, 2010 at least 213 foreigners [figure excludes pakeha stats] have been killed [or died ] or seriously injured in New Zealand.

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New Zealand Death Roads Claim New Casualties

Posted by feww on May 16, 2008

A driver for the Irish pop group Westlife has been seriously injured on New Zealand’s deadly roads. The driver was reportedly in serious condition. (Source)

Westlife is an Irish pop band that was formed on July 3, 1998. Over the years, Westlife’s music has evolved from teen pop to an adult contemporary sound, with an emphasis on ballads. (Source)

Times must be really bad if Westlife has to perform in New Zealand to stay in business.

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