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New Zapland 2015

Posted by te2ataria on January 5, 2015

Zapped over the holiday period

The following are the most recent [reported] roadkills, death by drowning, killed climbing… in New Zappedland:

Irishman Martin Cadden, 22, was killed in the crash on The Lake Rd, in Leeston, Canterbury, on Friday night (January 2). Martin came from Loughduff, County Cavan, in Ireland. His uncle is arriving from the US tomorrow to take his nephew home to family home. He was one of many who were killed on New Zapland roads during the summer (New Year) holiday period.

‘BEAUTIFUL ANGEL’: 22-year-old Tongan woman Lavi (Lovey) Taimani was the first to be killed on New Zealand roads in 2015

Death Toll [Reported deaths only]

  • Jan 5: A man was killed when his vehicle hit a lamp post in Christchurch at 1.50am. [No name, possibly because he was a foreigner?]
  • Jan 4: A person who was apparently thrown from the back of a utility vehicle onto rocks in Raglan 9 days ago on Boxing Day died in hospital. [No name, possibly because he was a foreigner?]
  • Jan 3: Anthony Clifford Sparrow, 50, of Ashburton, was killed when his motorbike left the road on SH73.
  • Jan 2: Garry Andrew Wendt, 68, from Ngaruawahia, was killed in Hamilton after a three vehicles crash.
  • Jan 2: Irishman Martin Cadden, 22, was killed after his car hit a tree in Canterbury.Jan 1: Paul Ruben Kasper Kapica, 24, from Kerikeri, was killed after his vehicle rolled on Papamoa Beach, Bay of Plenty of Deaths.
  • Jan 1: Lavi Taimani, 22, was killed after a car in which she was passenger smashed into a pole on Auckland’s Southern Motorway. The Onehunga woman died at the scene. RIP.
  • Dec 31: A 50-year-old man was killed after his motorbike hit sand dunes at Port Waikato. [No name, possibly because he was a foreigner?]
  • Dec 30: Chilyoung Kim and Young-Mo Sang, both 59, from Seoul, South Korea, were killed after their car crashed off a single-lane bridge in Westland.
  • Dec 29: A 61-year-old woman was killed in a car collision with a truck on SH1 at Greta Valley in Canterbury. [No name, possibly becauses he was a foreigner?]
  • Dec 28: Two were killed after a collision between a car and milk tanker in the Bay of Plenty of Deaths. [No names, possibly because they were foreign visitors?]
  • Dec 28: A 56-year-old motorcyclist was killed in a crash near Hurunui. [No name, possibly because he was a foreigner?]
  • Dec 27: Jamie Shane Webb, 25, was electrocuted after his car crashed into a power pole in Glentui, Canterbury.
  • Dec 26: Kevin Keane of Timaru died after the rental car he was driving collided with another car in the Bay of Plenty.
  • Dec 26: A Chinese student, Pengxiao Tao, 22, known as Jessica, was killed after her car and a campervan collided on the Athol Five Rivers Highway in Southland.

[A reliable list of the injured was unavailable, going to press. Moderator B.]

Killed on the Rocks

Meanwhile, the name of an Australian woman who was killed after sustaining head injuries in a fall on to rocks has been released.

Ashleigh Jade Dargusch, 23, of Queensland was walking with four friends in the Kauaeranga Valley in the southern Coromandel Peninsula when she fell at least five metres from the track, landing on her head, police said.

Other Deaths, Murders…

  • The body of a man who was found dead in a Manawatu house has been removed and taken for a post-mortem examination, police said.
  • Police are investigating the unexplained deaths of an elderly Ccotish couple who were found dead yesterday in their Brockville, Dunedin, home.  The husband and wife, in their 80s, were from Scotland and had lived in the house for many years.
  • The body of a man killed in a suspected homicide has been  taken from a Woodville house for autopsy. Police called to the property, 25 kilometres east of Palmerston North, about 3pm on Sunday.

Holiday Water Deaths

Dec. 25 – Heng Li, 25, a Chinese student, died at Uretiti Beach in Northland.

Dec. 25 – Imogen Saleupolu-Mataafi, 1, drowned in a temporary pool in the backyard of her home in Manurewa.

Dec. 26 – Simon Camp, 47, died at Karioitahi Beach, 70km southwest of Auckland, while surfing.

Dec. 27 – Jarod Lineses, 16, was swept out to sea on Ninety Mile Beach at Hukatere in the Far North. His body was recovered on New Year’s Day.

Dec. 29 – Two deaths were reported:

  • Terangi “Toots” Woonton, 59, and Kairangi Samuela, 53, died when their boat was swamped by a wave while crossing the Manukau Bar.

Jan. 1 – “Kris Wichman, 36, drowned in the Patea River near Taranaki on New Year’s Day, after rescuing his niece and two daughters from the water.”

Jan. 1 – Wayne August, 42, drowned at New Brighton beach in Christchurch on New Year’s Day.

Jan. 4 – “The police dive squad recovered the body of a Far North man who went missing near Hihi Beach on his boat on Saturday. Police believed there were no suspicious circumstances and said the man’s death would be referred to the coroner.”

Jan. 5 – An 11-year-old boy drowned in a river mouth at Waipu Beachin Northland.

Since 2011, on average, 3 foreigners have been killed in New Zealand every 4 days.

At least 2,420 foreign students, tourists and new immigrants were Killed in NZ between January 2000 and February 2012 [About 15,000 others were seriously injured.]



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More Foreigners Killed Over Holidays

Posted by te2ataria on January 3, 2014

Officially, Seven people were killed on New Zealand roads over the holiday period

Ministry of Transport says there were only seven fatalities  between 4pm on Christmas Eve and 6am today.

[We don’t believe them because the figures are doctored as usual, but that’s another story.]

List of the victims including kiwis are as follows:

  •  Sandy Paul Waenga Brown, 21, of Paua, was killed south of Cape Reinga in the early hours of Christmas Day.
  •  Olivia Lu, 11 months, died after a single-car crash on State Highway 1 near Raumati South on December 28.
  • Unnamed 56-year-old woman from China was killed in a crash between Te Anau and Mossburn in Southland on December 29.
  • Kahui Matauwhati, 4, of Masterton, was killed in a crash at Owhango, 21 kilometres south of Taumarunui, on December 29.
  • Lynelle Joy Bray, 46, died in a collision between a bus and car in Hamilton on December 30.
  • Gregory John Spargo, 50, of Auckland, died in a motorcycle crash near Bulls on New Year’s Eve
  • A male motorcyclist, possibly a French national, was killed  in a collision between his bike and a car on the Napier-Taihape road yesterday.

“Meanwhile Hawke’s Bay Hospital reported this morning that Manmeet Singh, the baby injured in a crash on the Taupo-Napier highway yesterday when a van plunged down a 10-metre bank, has been taken off the critical list, but his father Jagtar was still in a critical condition in intensive care,” according to a report.

Fatal Crash on SH94

A few Hours after the official holiday period ended, there was another fatal crash involving Chinese tourists:

“The crash involved three cars, the first car was a rental driven and occupied by four tourists from China,” according to a report by Fuseworks.

“The driver is a male aged 43 years in Dunedin hospital in critical condition, a female aged 56 years was found deceased at the scene, a male aged 58 years has been transferred to Christchurch hospital in critical but stable condition and a female aged 30 years is in moderate condition in Invercargill hospital.”

Fiction: Ministry of Transport says New Zealand’s annual road toll for 2013 was 254, the lowest since 1950.


  1. Miracles don’t happen.
  2. The rules for recording road fatalities have changed.
  3. Many road fatalities probably go unreported if there are no [credible] witnesses.
  4. If the victim is fatally injured but dies on the way to hospital, or while awaiting medical attention in the emergency room, her death would not be recorded as a road kill.
  5. Other tricks we haven’t discovered yet.

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