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Aussie Tourist’s Biggest Mistake in Life …

Posted by te2ataria on May 12, 2010

Doing a bungy jump in New Zealand is like having a brain transplant in Amazon

No, it wasn’t necessarily bungy jumping that nearly killed Mrs Moulder; it was bungy jumping in New Zealand that nearly got her.

First, a little good news for her husband and family: She is showing signs of improvement, a hospital spokeswoman says.

Last Friday, the 39-year-old Australian woman Kirsty Moulder who was holidaying with her husband Rodney in the South Island, decided to experience bungy jumping, a decision which she would probably live to regret for the rest of her life.

She made the 35-metre jump, but on the second bounce she slipped through the bungy, fell into the icy cold waters below and was critically injured in New Zealand’s South Island.

“She sustained chest and arm injuries to her left side, which took the brunt of her impact into the river,” paramedics told the New Zealand Herald.

“She was doing a bungy jump and, on the second bounce, her shoe became dislodged and as she came down she slipped through the bungy and fell into the water,” a paramedic said.

Mrs Moulder underwent a “very long, serious operation” at Christchurch Hospital on Monday night, her mother told local reporters.

“We’re not sure what’s gone wrong and we are working with an independent investigator here in New Zealand to make sure we get to the bottom of what’s happened,” Blair Hartland, a spokesman for Thrillseekers Adventures told AAP.

As for the damages, medical bills and serious injury compensation, he said: “Any arrangements that are being made between us and them are confidential at this stage.”

The blog moderators wish Kirsty Moulder a speedy recovery to the fullest extent possible.

As for anyone planning to write in saying two other people jumped the same day, and they didn’t get killed, that would be of little consolation to Kirsty Moulder.

Let’s hope the macho kiwi culture [sic] won’t poke fun at Kirsty Moulder in the same way they did with the British tourist Emily Jordan who was one of the many tourists tragically killed in New Zealand: Sick NZers Make Fun of British Woman They Killed

In 2008, this Blog wrote:
World’s 10 Worst Holiday Destinations to Avoid, with NZ occupying positions 1 to 7

The list also takes into account the following factors:

  • Exposure to deadly chemicals
  • Exposure to viral infections
  • Unsanitary food, accommodation
  • Exposure to sewage contaminated beaches and waterways
  • Little or NO access to even rudimentary medical facilities in the case of record numbers of deadly road crashes, and inordinate number of deaths and near-fatal injuries caused by using defective equipment for climbing, tramping, paragliding, bungy jumping, skiing, canoeing, diving and all other mountain, snow, water sports and outdoor activities
  • Deadly roads
  • Defective, old, poorly maintained rental cars, quad-bikes, jet skis, and all other sports equipment
  • Inadequate or NO supervision in venues where extreme sports are touted
  • Little or NO warning posted in dangerous  places and unsafe areas that pose a life threat, or serious injuries, to the visitors, but are invariably advertised as “popular hot spots” to lure unsuspecting foreign visitors

Another Australian Victim

Meanwhile, a young Australian climber is stranded with a suspected collapsed lung in a hut on New Zealand’s highest mountain.

Note to our readers, notice to Google

Once again a perfectly healthy individual was lured to New Zealand, who is now hospitalized with very serious injuries. She may never fully recover from this unnecessary yet life-threatening ordeal.

The Blog Moderators and contributors believe Google, Inc., by blocking, or hiding the information posted on this blog,  denied Mrs and Mr Moulder the opportunity to make informed decisions about (i) choosing New Zealand as a safe holiday destination, and (ii) considering bungy jumping in New Zealand as a safe activity.

To Google Founders and Employees,

How could you live with yourselves, knowing that people are being killed and seriously injured every hour, minute of the day, every day, because you prevented vital information concerning their safety from reaching them?

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R.I.P.

And nearly 2,000 more foreigners in the past 10 years:

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Sick NZers Make Fun of British Woman They Killed

Posted by te2ataria on October 21, 2009

Sent by Tami in Wales

Remember Emily Jordan?

First the cowards at the Mad [and pathetically stupid] Dog River Boarding company denied guilt, now this …

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Previous Posts on Emily’s Death:

T-shirt appalls victim’s father

BEN HEATHER in Queenstown – The Southland Times A Mad Dog River Boarding guide was given a T-shirt appearing to mock the death of British tourist Emily Jordan, who drowned on a Mad Dog trip last year.

Photographs of the T-shirt were viewed on Mad Dog owner Brad McLeod’s Facebook page, showing grinning guide Jonathan “Bam Bam” Strickland accepting the T-shirt at the company’s Christmas party in Queenstown last year.

The pictures show the T-shirt bearing the slogan “Bam Bams River Kill Bar & Grill, river kills em, bam bam drills em” and features three women in bikinis.

[It’s not immediately clear which two other women they are referring to, but perhaps the NZ police should take their thumbs out of their **** and investigate. Moderator]

Emily Jordan, 21, died in April last year when she was stuck under a rock while river boarding on the Kawarau River with Mad Dog. In August, company owner Brad McLeod pleaded guilty to a health and safety charge relating to her death, professing his remorse in court.

mad and pathetically stupid satff‘IN HOUSE JOKE’: One of the photos viewed on Mad Dog owner Brad Mcleod’s Facebook page showing staff member Jonathan “Bam Bam” Strickland late last year with a T-shirt that has offended the father of a British tourist who died on a trip with the company.

Yesterday, Miss Jordan’s father Chris Jordan told The Southland Times he was appalled the T-shirt had been printed and the photographs put on a public website.

“It’s just appalling. They are making fun of my daughter’s death.”

Mr McLeod clearly showed no remorse and his business should be shut down, Mr Jordan said.

“I think they’ve been given enough rope. Someone has got to say enough is enough.”

Mr Jordan has repeatedly criticised a lack of regulation in the adventure tourism industry in New Zealand. His letter to Prime Minister John Key after the trial led to a Government review of the adventure tourism industry. © 2009 Fairfax New Zealand Limited

http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/2954160/T-shirt-appalls-victims-father

Clearly, to Mr Mcleod, Emily was “just a stupid, British cow, who couldn’t ‘hack it’ in 2 feet of water!”

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Brits Life Much Cheaper Than Israelis in NZ

Posted by te2ataria on August 26, 2009

sent by a UK/kiwi reader

Emily Jordan’s Family Victimized Twice!

When Israelis are killed in New Zealand, their families hit the 8-figure compensation jackpot; the Brits get peanuts [and probably a pair of discounted air tickets.]

emily jordan

Miss Jordan, who graduated from Swansea University , drowned after becoming trapped beneath underwater rocks for 20 minutes.

Chris Jordan, father of Emily Jordan who was drowned in the Kawarau River Gorge in Central Otago in April 2008, received $80,000 [£33,600] in reparations for his “special Daughter’s) negligent homicide. It had cost the family about 10 times as much to raise her.

It’s not known why he agreed to the micky-mouse death compensation, unless the media aren’t telling us everything.

The company, Mad Dog River Boarding, responsible for the victim’s death, was fined $66,000 for Emily Jordan’s negligent homicide.

Emily Jordan’s father told The Otago Daily Times: “We have got to get something out of this, otherwise Emily’s death would be for nothing.

“Many activities in New Zealand carry little or no regulation.

“I have a major problem with this. If anyone wanted to, say, start up a new activity tomorrow going down a river on your head, it would be permissible.”

If indeed NZ Govt hasn’t secretly topped up the reparations to the Jordan family, then they should sue the government.

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You’re guilty as hell and should pay damages

Posted by te2ataria on February 20, 2009

Denial is a key characteristic of cowards. Pakeha would never admit to their guilt. How could they, their very existence is ridden with guilt!

sent by Tami in Wales

Adventure sports company denies guilt after Midland student drowns river-boarding

An adventure sports company and its director have pleaded not guilty to breaching New Zealand health and safety laws nine months after a 21-year-old Midlands woman died in a river-boarding tragedy.

Law graduate Emily Jordan, of Trimpley, Worcestershire, drowned when she became trapped between rocks in the Kawarau River Gorge, near Queenstown, on New Zealand’s South Island, last April. Emily had been riding on a body board on an organised trip in fast-flowing rapids when she died.

Emily, who had a first-class degree in law from the University of Swansea, was on the trip with her 23-year-old boyfriend, Jonny Armour.

Maritime New Zealand laid three charges against Black Sheep Adventures Ltd, which trades as Mad Dog River Surfing, and three charges against its director, Brad Alexander McLeod.

The charges relate to the Health and Safety Employment Act of 1992 and each one carries a maximum fine of $NZ250,000 or £90,000.

A spokeswoman for the New Zealand Ministry of Justice told the Birmingham Post that the defendants entered not guilty pleas on February 5.

She added: “The Defendants, through their counsel, have entered pleas of not guilty and the matter has now been set down for a status hearing on March 9, where a fixture date will be given.”

Emily’s father, Chris, who set up the Emily Jordan Foundation Trust with her mum Sarah, sister, Lucy, and brother, Alex, says the family is being kept in the dark by the New Zealand authorities.

He added: “We have not even been told that they have entered pleas. As a family we are not happy with the lack of information and the apparent lack of concern. We had seen articles in the New Zealand press saying the case had been adjourned again, so we wrote to the Ministry of Justice on February 11 to ask what was happening.

“The statement they sent back said ‘please be assured that we are running the case in accordance with New Zealand’s judicial requirements’.

“They did not tell us that pleas had been entered. It’s very frustrating that we are not being told anything.”

An inquest into Emily’s death was opened in West Bromwich in May but Black Country coroner Robin Balmain adjourned the hearing pending a full inquiry in New Zealand.

The Emily Jordan Foundation aims to raise money for people with learning difficulties. A Facebook page for the foundation has more than 900 members and there are a number of fund-raising events planned for this year, including a sponsored cycle ride from Land’s End to John O’Groats. The cause was close to Emily’s heart, as her 23-year-old brother Alex has autism. Copyright Nick McCarthy, Birmingham Post

Recommended Compensation

NO amount of money could replace Emily Jordan, who was a precious gem to her family and friends. Let’s hope the family’s lawyers  would pitch the death compensation money at about NZ$50million.

Rumor has it that the family of another foreign tourist who was killed/died mysteriously [the public will probably never know the cause of death] received about NZ$20 million in death compensation from New Zealand govt.

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