Heavily Censored Police Road Fatality Reports
- ONLY THREE vehicle-related fatalities allowed in police reports as of posting today, despite multiple serious crashes.
- Based on insider information, statistical models and local news, We believe about 900 people were killed and 8,000 others seriously injured on NZ suicide roads in 2016; However, only 328 fatalities reported, last year.
- To protect the tourist industry and massive foreign investment, about two out of every three road fatalities go unreported, or the dead are statistically resurrected by NZ government.
- 32 Foreigners killed in New Zealand in 32 days [Posted on January 25, 2017]
- Police told to keep their mouths shut about overseas licence holders
- Don’t reveal crash driver’s ethnicity, police told.
Typhoid outbreak: 10 hospitalized after consuming food or water contaminated with the feces of an infected person
Typhoid fever is a serious systemic infection caused by the enteric pathogen Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi. S. Typhi is spread by the faecal–oral route. That’s consuming food or water contaminated with the feces of an infected person, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
About 4% of the infections end fatally.
NO INFORMATION ON THE TYPHOID OUTBREAK AVAILABLE ON ARPHS WEBSITE, AS OF POSTING!
Heavily Censored News From New Zealand’s Suicide Roads
At least three killed in early morning South Island crashes
A woman and and a man were killed in a serious crash on State Highway One near Riverside Road, East Taieri-Allanton, Dunedin, police said. “The crash occurred at about 3am this morning and involved a head-on collision between a car and a truck. The second deceased person is the male driver of the car.”
Meanwhile, a man was killed when his car collided with a truck on SH1 about 2km south of Makikihi in South Canterbury. This incident was NOT posted on police website, as of posting.
Unlike rhinos, dolphins don’t have horns [please don’t kill them]
Two endangered Hector’s dolphins found dead in the South Island
Two endangered Hector’s dolphins have been found dead in the South Island. Both dolphins may have been “subject to human interference”.