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Bloody weekend road toll reaches six, seventh in a critical condition

Posted by te2ataria on October 9, 2015

Sixth victim of fatal crash named


48 Hours of death and mayhem on bloody NZ roads: At least 5 people were killed and about 2 dozen others seriously injured since Saturday night

Five killed and 2 dozen others seriously injured on NZ roads

The driver of the car which was struck by a van travelling west-bound along Salisbury St, Christchurch last weekend, has died. He was 44 year old Michael James Burnby, said  Canterbury Police.

The front seat passenger in the car, Tony Tucker, the seventh victim, remains in a critical condition in Christchurch Hospital ICU.

Two more people killed on NZ roads Thursday (8 October)

Motorcyclist killed on Fergusson Drive Upper Hutt named – Hutt Valley Police can confirm that the motorcyclist killed on Wednesday 7 September in Upper Hutt was 37 year old Koro Robin PEACHEY of Wainuiomata. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/motorcyclist-killed-fergusson-drive-upper-hutt-named

Cyclist killed in Christchurch crash – A cyclist was killed  in a crash near Christchurch “The cyclist, a man believed to be in his 50’s, has been confirmed as deceased at the scene,” police said. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/evans-pass-rd-closed-following-serious-crash

More murders and “unexplained deaths”

0800 number set up for Waitarere homicide investigation – Formal identification of the body, believed to be Alex Fisher, 10, will also be finished today. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/0800-number-set-waitarere-investigation

Unexplained death in Hamilton – Police are investigating an unexplained death with the discovery of a body earlier today. Police were advised of the location of a body behind properties in Lake Crescent after a member of the public contacted Police at about 9.40 this morning. http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/unexplained-death-hamilton



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Five killed and 2 dozen others seriously injured on NZ roads

Posted by te2ataria on October 5, 2015

48 Hours of death and mayhem on bloody NZ roads

At least 5 people were killed and about 2 dozen others seriously injured since Saturday night

Fatal Crash in Bay of Plenty of Deaths (Monday)
SH5 southeast of Tirau, between SH1 and the SH28 intersection,  has been closed as emergency services deal with a fatal crash, reported at 4.51p.m. involving a car and a pedestrian, said to be a child.

One killed in crash near Lake Pukaki (Canterbury)
One person was killed and two others are being flown to hospital after a car rolled “several times” in Canterbury at 4.30pm Monday on State Highway 8, near Lake Pukaki (Canterbury), said Acting Senior Sergeant Ayson Williams.

Fatal Motor Incident, Mt Taranaki
At about 5.28pm on Sunday, a 30 year old female was involved in a motor vehicle accident near the sky field car park on Mt Taranaki.The victim was flown to Taranaki base hospital by the rescue helicopter but died as a result of her injuries on route.

Two other fatal crashes in Christchurch within 24 hours
A 44 year old woman lost her life as a result a deadly crash in Christchurch CBD at about 10.54pm on Saturday.    http://www.police.govt.nz/news/updates/39040

One dead, two injured after crash in Christchurch CBD

Second fatal crash in Christchurch
A second fatal crash occurred in Christchurch at around 8pm last night (4 October 2015) involving a car and a bus at the intersection of Kilmore St and Columbo St.

Eleven injured in three-car crash: ‘It’s horrible’

Truck driver in critical condition after steel beam fall
A 50-year-old male truck driver was critically injured after he was hit by a steel beam at Perry Metal Protection company in Te Rapa on Manchester Street, Hamilton.

Additional information about some of the earlier fatalities and serious injuries that occurred on New Zealand Death Roads

In 2011, David Henry Morris was killed in a two-vehicle collision and his son, Myles David Morris, who was driving their car, was taken to Dunedin Hospital with abdominal injuries. Driver of the second vehicle, Mathias Mandlmeier, a German tourist, also sustained injuries. Mandlmeier’s girlfriend, Kerstin Fromert, 31, died on the way to Greymouth Hospital.

The collision happened on December 28, 2011 on State Highway 6, near Lake Moeraki in South Westland.

http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/6237068/Tourist-admits-killing-two-in-Coast-crash (2011 German tourist)


[Faulty vehicles, especially the rental cars, may have been responsible for most if not all of the fatal crashes listed below. Moderator B.]

• October 3, 2014: A Singapore Airlines pilot admitted causing a high-speed crash that left a colleague fighting for his life in hospital. (Not known what happened to the victim.)

• September 30: Hong Kong resident King Wai Yip was killed when her family’s rental car collided with a Mercedes-Benz sedan near Geraldine, Canterbury.

• June 23: Dutch tourist Johannes Jacobus Appelman pleaded guilty to a triple fatality collision after running a stop sign in Rakaia in a rental vehicle on Queen’s Birthday weekend.

• May 30: US tourist Cody Dickey crossed the centre line in his campervan on the Coromandel Peninsula, killing Aucklander Robyn Eilleen Derrick, a passenger in an oncoming four-wheel-drive.

• February 11: French tourist Gilles Georges Jego killed a female pillion motorcycle passenger in the Far North when he was driving on the wrong side of the road.

• February 9: An 18-year-old pregnant woman was seriously injured and lost her unborn child in Whangarei after 27-year-old French tourist Marion Laure Heurteboust drove on the wrong side of the road.

• February 4: Canadian tourist Uri Tak Kau Law drowned after crashing over the side of a Southland bridge.

[In 2014, like every year, hundreds of overseas visitors and kiwis were killed and many hundreds of others seriously injured in crashes that are NOT caused by tourist drivers.]



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Easter road kills: 5-day news blackout continues

Posted by te2ataria on April 5, 2015

The Easter weekend road toll stands at one, thanks to the news blackout

One person was killed in a head-on collision on State Highway 8 between the Lake Pukaki Visitor Centre and Mt Cook Rd in Canterbury around 2.15pm on Sunday, and a second was flown to Christchurch Hospital in a serious condition.

Rescued from the sea, died at Wellington Hospital

Mr Boobesh Palani, the 26 year-old Indian student who was rescued from the sea at Eastbourne, last week, died on Friday at Wellington Hospital, said Hutt Valley Police.

Police have not yet released any information about the events leading up to the incident.

Fatal Motor Accident – Name released
Waikato Police have identified a man killed in Thursday morning’s collision between a car and a tree at Ngaruawahia. he was 24-year-old Royal Grayson BEAZLEY.

Man who fell from capsized boat still missing
A man who fell from a boat that capsized in Manukau Harbour on Thursday evening is still missing, police said.

Patient hit by two cars outside Wellington hospital
A hospital patient is in a critical condition after being hit by two cars outside a Wellington hospital Sunday afternoon. He was a patient at Kenepuru Community Hospital in Porirua, and was hit by two cars on Raiha St. about 1pm.

The victim has reportedly created another “jigsaw puzzle” for the police, who are scratching their ***** over the complexity of the incident.  http://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/news/67615824/man-run-over-twice-near-kenepuru-hospital.html

Police hold serious concerns for pedestrian in hit and run
Auckland City Police say they have serious concerns for a pedestrian who was hit and injured by a car last Sunday morning in Great North Road, but has not yet been identified.

“The driver has left the scene shortly afterwards and Police understand the victim has, at the very least, sustained a head wound [brain tissues found on the bonnet??]” police said.

“We’ve checked with all of the hospitals and are making other enquiries, however at this point we still don’t know who this person is. The information we have is that the victim is possibly a young, dark-skinned woman with long dark hair. There could be any number of reasons as to why that person hasn’t come forward or sought medical help, but we’d encourage them to make contact with us as soon as possible, or tell an adult or friend about what has happened” says Det. Sgt. Blackman.

Yet another unexplained death in Auckland after corpse found at primary school
Police investigating the discovery of a man’s body at St Mary’s Catholic School in Great North Rd, Avondale, at about 11am this morning are treating the death as “unexplained.”

One person killed, another seriously injured
Monday 30 March 2015. One person was killed in a two car crash on State Highway 33 at Paengaroa .
The drivers of both cars were trapped in their vehicles when emergency services arrived at the crash.
Police said one person died at the scene and the other had leg and chest injuries and was being cut from the wreck by the Fire Service.

Inspector Clifford Paxton said it was the sixth fatal crash on Western Bay of Plenty roads this year.
Mr Paxton said the man was travelling west on State Highway 33 and was the only occupant of the car.
Another man, travelling east in the other car, was cut from the wreckage after the two cars collided and taken to Tauranga Hospital with serious injuries.

Man killed in Canterbury crash
A man injured in a serious crash between a car and a truck in South Canterbury this afternoon has died in an ambulance on the way to hospital.
Police said the crashed occurred on State Highway 1 south of the Rangitata Rd bridge, north of Orari, about 2pm. http://www.stuff.co.nz/timaru-herald/news/67543114/man-killed-in-canterbury-crash

Motorcyclist found dead in Northland ditch
Monday 30 March 2015. Police are puzzled by events that lead to the death of a man who came off his motorcycle north of Whanagrei this morning. http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11425247

Who killed Sofia Helen Athanassiou, 39 ?
Mystery surrounds what caused the death of a Wellington woman, whose body was found near a walking track in the town belt on Mt Victoria in mid-winter 2012.
A coroner’s investigation was unable to determine a cause of death for Sofia Helen Athanassiou, 39, a sickness beneficiary, who died alone in bush above Wellington East Girls’ College on July 9, 2012.

Truck driver in a critical condition after crash
A single vehicle crash on Southern Motorway (Auckland) in the vicinity of the Redoubt Road off-ramp involving a truck that collided with several lamp-poles on the left edge of the motorway, left the male driver in a critical condition.

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Posted by te2ataria on March 22, 2015



NO murders, road kills, gang rapes, muggings, tourist assaults…  would be reported this weekend due to the full enforcement of NEWS BLACKOUT in New Zealand, which currently stands at CODE RED.

See Ministry of Truth for an explanation of the codes.

[“Minitrue” could conceivably ease the news blackout, ever so marginally, to discredit this blog. ]


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Posted by te2ataria on March 8, 2015



NO murders, road kills, gang rapes, muggings, tourist assaults…  would be reported this weekend due to the full enforcement of NEWS BLACKOUT in New Zealand, which currently stands at CODE RED.

See Ministry of Truth for an explanation of the codes.

[“Minitrue” could conceivably ease the news blackout, ever so marginally, this weekend to discredit this blog. ]


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Kiwi drivers cause 96 percent of all crashes on NZ death roads

Posted by te2ataria on March 6, 2015

Feckless kiwis continue to blame the victims (naturally)

Kiwi media have started yet another frenzy of victim bashing by blaming the foreign visitors  for road deaths, even deaths caused by drowning [and soon probably for murders, rapes, muggings… ]

However, the fact remains that foreign drivers account only for 4.2 percent of all vehicle crashes on New Zealand Death Roads. The remaining 95.8 percent of the collisions are caused by kiwi drivers.


One dead in Canterbury truck crash
One person was killed after a truck crashed southeast of Christchurch about midday on Friday, near Purau, on the northern side of Banks Peninsula, police said.

It’s believed no other vehicles were involved NZ Newswire quoted the police as saying.

Waikato link road fatality update …
Thursday, 5 March 2015 – Waikato Police  said a road contracting vehicle collided with a motorcyclist as the larger vehicle was reversing in an area of road works subject to a 30km/h speed restriction.

“It is too early to comment on the cause of the crash but initial indications are a female motorcyclist has lost her life after a road contracting vehicle has collided with her bike while the larger vehicle was reversing.”

Crashes disrupt wet Waikato roads
Two people are in a serious condition after a series of crashes in the Waikato, said a report.

Three peak-time crashes have occurred:

A northbound truck and small trailer rolled on State Highway 1 near the Cambridge Golf Club.  Two people from the truck were taken to Waikato Hospital in serious condition…

In Hamilton, two cars collided head on just north of Cobham Bridge about 4.35pm and a collision  between two cars blocked Fairfield Bridge about 4.50pm.

Police name man killed in Tauranga crash
A Papamoa teenager who was killed after in a car crash near Tauranga on Wednesday has been named by police as Kruz Delma Waitohi Waaka, 18.

The victim was a front seat passenger in a car which collided with a truck. Mr Waaka was trapped in the car and died at the scene, while the car’s driver and a rear seat passenger were taken to Tauranga Hospital with moderate injuries. The driver of the truck was uninjured. (NZME)

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United in Death

Posted by te2ataria on January 12, 2013

Q. What do an Aussie swimmer, a Chinese granny and an English biker have in common?

A. They all were among an undisclosed number of tourists killed in New Zealand recently!

Aussie tourist Mathew Slade, 21, drowned after going for a swim with friends in the Waikato River, near Taupo, on Wednesday evening. His body was recovered at 2.15pm on Thursday, police said.

Mathew Slade had been camping at the nearby National Equestrian Centre, and was preparing for a competition in New Zealand in March, according to a report.


Chinese national Rongmei Wang, 71, was killed in Hamilton on Christmas Day, while several others were in Southland and Taumarunui on Boxing Day and in Oamaru.


The man who was killed when the motorcycle he was riding collided with a truck on SH6 between Nelson and Rai Valley was Allan Ford, aged 73 years, from Horsham, West Sussex in the UK, police said. “Mr Ford was holidaying in New Zealand for several weeks. He was riding with four other motorcyclists when the accident happened.”


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Another Day of Carnage on New Zealand Roads

Posted by te2ataria on March 31, 2012

Nine people killed on North Island roads alone in less than 48 hours

2 people killed in a head-on collision  on State Highway 1  between Tawa and Churton Park,  Wellington, about 8.40pm yesterday, while one more person lost his life in a crash in Kaukapakapa, about 50km north-west of Auckland minutes later.

A man and a woman also died after a two-car smash at Longburn, near Palmerston North, yesterday about 2.45pm.

Three others were taken to hospital, including two children under the age of five.

The crash happened on State Highway 56 near Karere Rd, police said.

Two Hawkes Bay men were killed in “a fiery crash” on Napier-Taupo Rd  early yesterday.

Further north on Thursday night, two men were also killed when a single vehicle travelling south along McLarens Falls Road, near Tauranga, came over a slight rise, crossed the centre line and crashed into a tree in Omanawa. The impact caused the vehicle to split in two.

These were just the reported road kills on North Island roads.

British Tourist Mystery Death

Meanwhile, New Zealand Police Farce have named the British tourist who died mysteriously in the Cardrona Valley as Philip Ross Bergman.

The 26-year-old victim from Herefordshire in England died mysteriously near the Tuohy Saddle while on a mountain biking trip.

The victim’s family in Australia and the UK are said to be devastated by his death, said the police farce.

As usual, “the matter is not being treated as suspicious.”

Mr Bergman was the 2,447th foreigner killed in New Zealand since January 2000.

On average, 3 foreigners are murdered/killed in New Zealand every 4 days.

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New Zealand Judge F**s Up, Big Time!

Posted by te2ataria on November 27, 2009

Evil Road Rage Murderer Gets Only 4 Years and 10 Months for Killing Another Woman

That’s right, Cassandra Anderson would be released in just over 2 years from now. She, however, condemned her victim to a “life sentence without living.”

Justice Fogarty sentenced Anderson  to four years and 10 months in prison after she had pleaded guilty to the charge of  manslaughter.

Road Rage Anderson had rammed and tailgated another car driven by  Lenore Carr, 53, at high speed on a city street in September 2008.  Carr was killed when her car was forced out of the road and smashed into a tree.

“Anderson’s defence lawyer Bill Dawkins read a letter from Anderson saying she was sorry to all those who she had hurt and those who had suffered.” A report said.

Like hell she is sorry. Watch the evil cow doing it again as soon as she walks out of the prison door!

Earlier NZPA said:

More tragedy stalks family of road-rage victim

Nov 17, 2009   –
The brother and father of an Invercargill woman killed in a road-rage incident last year were also dead within 10 months, the High Court at Invercargill was told today.

Justice John Fogarty reserved his decision on what sentence to give Cassandra Mary Anderson, 24, for the manslaughter of Leone Carr. Anderson had earlier admitted the charge following a depositions hearing.

Mrs Carr, 53, died when her car and a car driven by Anderson ploughed into Queens Park in Invercargill at 3.30am on September 14, last year.

The court heard how Anderson rammed Mrs Carr’s vehicle at least twice and then continued to tailgate her for up to 1.5km. It was believed both cars were travelling at more than 100kmh in the seconds before the crash.

Mrs Carr’s sister Maureen Hammond told the court of the devastation the family had felt. Mrs Carr had been widowed eight years earlier, raising her two children then aged 9 and 13, on her own. In 2004 she and her daughter Anna had both enrolled to study for a nursing degree — they graduated together in 2007.

Mrs Hammond described how in January this year, just four months after Mrs Carr’s death, their brother Deane Shute was killed. He was crushed by a boulder as he worked alone on a farm.

Six months later, their father died.

“Dad lost two children in four months. He became frailer and frailer.” She said he was found dead in the kitchen of his Catlins home in June, having suffered a major heart attack.

“We believe he died of a broken heart.”

The family had struggled to deal with their loss.

“Cassandra Mary Anderson, through your choices, actions and inactions, you have caused us to lose those most close to us. `Why? Why? Why?”‘ Mrs Hammond asked.

Defence counsel Bill Dawkins said he could answer some of the family’s questions.

He told the court Anderson had left her Lyon St home that evening after her partner struck her in the face, splitting open her nose.

She returned to the house twice — once to look for her mobile phone and again a short time later to return her partner’s dog that she had found wandering up the street.

On the second occasion her partner had jumped onto the bonnet of her car as she reversed and then fell off. Anderson drove round the block and came back to check on him.

He wasn’t there so she continued to drive along Lyon St and turned left onto St Andrew St behind Mrs Carr. Within a short distance she rammed Mrs Carr’s vehicle at least twice before tailgating her at speed.

Justice Fogarty said he was struggling to determine an appropriate sentence for Anderson, although he made it clear she was facing more than two years’ jail. [Like hell he was!]

He reserved his decision hoping to release it by the end of the week. Anderson was remanded in custody. For copyright info click link:

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