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Two German tourists incinerated in Te Anau Milford crash

Posted by te2ataria on March 25, 2017

Heavily Censored Police Road Fatality Reports

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Double Fatality in Te Anau Milford crash inferno

“The formal identification process of the two males who died in the crash on SH94, Te Anau to Milford Road, on Tuesday is ongoing and is expected to take some time,” according Southland Area police.

Police believe the two victims who were incinerated in the inferno caused by the crash were two 20-year-old males, who were visiting from Germany.

Heavily Censored Fatality News From New Zealand’s Suicide Roads

Fatal crash in Marlborough
A man was killed and three others seriously injured in a car crash on State Highway 6 near Kaituna-Tuamarina Road, northwest of Blenheim, last night.
http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/327443/fatal-crash-in-marlborough

“St John Marlborough territory manager Murray Neal said two women aged 23 and 25 were taken to Wairau Hospital in a serious condition, while a 35-year-old man was in a moderate condition.”  The crash was the third in less than 24-hours in Marlborough,
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/90848188/motorcyclist-suffers-serious-injuries-after-coming-off-marlborough-road

Police search for missing person after car plunges into water
Police were searching for a missing person and a car after it left the road and went into the water near Clifton in Christchurch. The driver managed to escape the vehicle and was receiving treatment in hospital.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/90849662/Police-search-for-missing-person-after-car-plunges-into-water

Three-vehicle crash injures seven
A three-car crash in Hawke’s Bay has left seven people hurt, with two critically injured, one in a serious condition.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/90848808/Three-vehicle-crash-injures-seven

New Zealand Earthquakes

Major earthquake could split Wellington region into ‘seven islands’
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/nz-earthquake/90790889/Major-earthquake-could-split-Wellington-region-into-seven-islands

Okay, Okay! But unless you filly compensate victims of NZ Tourism, false advertising… you’ll not receive real earthquake warnings, our colleagues have advised.

 

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When will drowning stats become a state secret, like the road toll, no. of foreigners killed…

Posted by te2ataria on February 7, 2017

At least seven people killed by drowning over Waitangi weekend

At least one death was negligent homicide

Bay of Plenty of Deaths

Woman drowned in the Waikato River after gates of the Aratiatia Dam were opened yesterday. The victim, most probably an overseas visitor, “was swept away yesterday when spillwater from the Mercury Energy-owned dam, near Taupo, surged down the Waikato River, and her body was found this morning,” said a report.

“Mercury Energy Chief Executive Fraser Whineray said the power company was reviewing the warning signs and procedures in the area to see if any improvements could be made,” said the report.

“We’ll be … checking to see if there’s anything further that can be done to minimise the risk, but we’d really ask, please, if people can not be down in the rapids area because it can be very dangerous when those spillways are open.”

Adding insult to injury, in the time-honoured Kiwi tradition, Taupo mayor said locals tended to stay away from the area on the Waikato River where the woman drowned.

Other News in Drips…

Only 37 road fatality reports have been allowed so far this year, and some of the dead may yet be statistically resurrected by Minitru [See blog content for previous statistical resurrections!]

Fatal crash in Invercargill

The crash involved two vehicles and as a result the male driver of one of the vehicles, named as Leslie John Dooley, was killed. A 17-year-old male has been charged with Driving while Forbidden and Failing to Stop and Ascertain Injury in relation to the incident.  http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/man-charged-after-fatal-crash-invercargill

Hanother homicide in Haumoana, Hawke’s Bay (+HOTO)
The man who died was 45-year-old Mark Geoffrey Beale, police said.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-victim-haumoana-homicide-photo

Name release: Body found in Sandfly Bay, Dunedin
The diver whose body was recovered from Sandfly Bay, Dunedin, on Sunday 5 February, 2017, was 35-year-old Dunedin man Michael John Hodges.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-body-found-sandfly-bay-dunedin

Name release following death north of Tolaga Bay
The diver who died at Anaura Bay on Sunday (5 February 2017) was Wiremu Tuakana Teneti-Northover who lived in Outer Kaiti.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-following-death-north-tolaga-bay

Name release – Karaka Bay, Wellington
The person whose body was found at Karaka Bay in Wellington on Saturday (4 February 2017) was 19-year-old Rory McDonald Douglas Smith [nationality NOT specified] went missing while swimming in the Hutt River on Thursday night/ early Friday morning last week.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-%E2%80%93-karaka-bay-wellington

Name release – body recovered on West Coast
Police have named the man who’s body was recovered near a bluff on the coastal area between Smoothwater Bay and Stafford Bay on Saturday 4 February. He was David Jackson, who lived in Paekakariki, Kapiti Coast.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-body-recovered-west-coast

Woman was killed after being swept out to sea, north of Karamea
A woman was swept out to sea while walking on the beach near the mouth of the Kohaihai River, approximately 15kms north of Karamea at about 3.30pm on Sunday 5 February. the victim was walking along the water’s edge with her partner when they were taken by surprise by a large wave. [Her name and nationality have not been released.]
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/woman-dies-after-being-swept-out-sea-north-karamea

CORRECTION: Drowning in Eastbourne, Lower Hutt

The man who died earlier this afternoon, following an incident in Eastbourne, Lower Hut, was 30-years-old. His age was incorrectly reported earlier today, police said.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/correction-drowning-eastbourne-lower-hutt

Name release – Te Aute, Havelock North crash
Hawkes Bay Police have released the name of the driver who was killed in a crash on Te Aute Road near Havelock North, Hawkes Bay at apporoximately 7pm on Friday 3 February, 2017. She was 25-year-old Jennifer Eriha of Flaxmere, Hastings.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-te-aute-havelock-north-crash

Name release – Fatal crash at SH29 near Karapiro
Police have named the two men who were killed in a two-car crash at the intersection of State Highways 1 and 29, at around 9.50am on Friday 3 February 2017. They were Wiremu Gin, 38, from Kaikohe, and 20-year-old Timothy Roy Amai, from Hamilton. A third person who was seriously injured in the collision was taken to Waikato Hospital.
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/name-release-fatal-crash-sh29-near-karapiro

Environment Sacrificed for Tourist Dollars Enriching Greedy, Mostly Foreign Investors

Tourists are trashing Muriwai –Residents
“Easy access to watch the gannets on the northern colony of Muriwai make it a popular place but residents say tourists are not respecting the area. Tourists are tramping over vegetation, leaving their trash behind and taunting the gannets at Muriwai Regional Park.”
http://www.stuff.co.nz/auckland/local-news/nor-west-news/89034153/tourists-trashing-muriwai

New Zealand Earthquakes…

https://www.geonet.org.nz/quakes/region/newzealand/2017p100431

Public ID 2017p100431
Intensity strong
Universal Time February 7 2017, 3:49:46
NZ Daylight Time Tue, Feb 7 2017, 4:49:46 pm
Depth 11 km
Magnitude 4.3
Location 10 km north-west of Culverden
Latitude, Longitude -42.71, 172.76

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Survivors of the NEXT NZ DISASTER won’t have a chance!

Posted by te2ataria on February 4, 2012

We are told:

More magma lurking underneath NZ islands than the combined total of Hawaii Islands and Iceland

Blog moderators have been advised that a sea of boiling magma lurking beneath New Zealand islands, waiting to explode to the surface, dwarfs the total amount of boiling rock under all the Hawaii islands and Iceland combined.

Now read this: “The future looks more optimistic.”

Christchurch’s ‘1 per cent’ chance of big quake

Dr Kelvin Berryman, explains the chance of future quakes for the Canterbury region using the latest GNS quake forecast model.

Previous earthquake forecasts for Canterbury have been a little “pessimistic”, a scientist says.

Dr Kelvin Berryman, of GNS Science, said today there was a 1 per cent chance of a magnitude-7.0 or higher earthquake in the next year.

The figures, released by the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (Cera) today, were based on a model devised by scientists from the United states, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand.

They are forecasts for the 12 months to January 15, 2013, and show that quakes will continue to be a feature in Canterbury for decades.

There was a 13 per cent chance of a magnitude-6.0 to 6.4 quake, down 17 per cent from the previous model, and a 82 per cent chance of a 5.0 to 5.4 quake within the year, Berryman said.

He said there was a “pretty good chance” there was a low probability of having a quake higher than 6.0.

The figures were all subject to change as quakes happened and the model changed, he said.

The forecast probability of damaging quakes in Canterbury during and after rebuilding in the region was reduced by 20 per cent compared with earlier forecasts, Berryman said.

The future looks more optimistic.

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How NZ seismologists covered their butts

Posted by te2ataria on January 6, 2012

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OR HAVE THEY?

pakeha have no idea about things in the sky, on water, on or below the ground

What will happen to Chch?

“A lot of the stress must have been released in the city area, but around (the surrounding region of) Canterbury there may well be an ongoing sequence over a period of a few decades,” said Kelvin Berryman of GNS Science.

“There is almost certainly still a (magnitude) 5.0 out there and we would guess quite a few 4’s and 3s on a daily basis,” said Berryman. “We are progressing into a period where quakes are not damaging but they can affect people mentally.”

Informed opinion:

“New Zealand islands straddle the boundaries of two of the globe’s most restive tectonic plates: The Pacific and the Indo-Australian plates,” said a scientist.

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2012

Posted by te2ataria on January 2, 2012

Mayhem and misery to intensify in New Zealand this year

May only the best of pakeha be spared!

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Top Secret: Earthquake Information in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on July 19, 2011

When the Quakes Strike Raukūmara Basin

How could earthquake data become state secret in New Zealand?

Why did GeoNet keep mum when a magnitude 5.2 earthquake hit ENE of Auckland?

Could it be for the same reason that “NZ ex-banker prime minister” sent his pathetic military forces to silence peaceful protesters?


Earthquake Details from US Geological Survey Earthquakes.


The earthquake occurred near the edge of the 25,000-sqkm Raukumara Basin.  Source NZ gov. [From Fire-Earth blog.]

Print Screen from GeoNet Website

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