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Another German tourist killed in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on December 26, 2012

Google employee killed in New Zealand

Police have named the German tourist who was killed in Mount Aspiring as 38-year-old Frank Spychalski.

Frank Spychalski-
Frank Spychalski, 38, was killed in Mount Aspiring National Park in South Westland when he fell 200 metres from a ridge, police said.  His last entry on google diary dated November 27, 2012  read: “Back on the Te Araroa and moving faster than ever.  Rented a MTB for today (well, an old wrack that hasn’t seen maintenance in years) and per chance picked a trail that’s part of the TA. Somehow NZ feels like a huge outdoor entertainment pack.”

On Google site, Spychalski has been described as an “espresso addict, software engineer & outdoor geek”.

The dead man worked for Google in Munich, Germany.

His  body was found in Mount Aspiring National Park in South Westland where he fell 200 metres from a ridge, police said.

Yet another feather in Google’s news censorship cap!

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

Frank Spychalski was probably the 2,600th visitor killed in New Zealand since January 2000.

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Another Italian tourist killed in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on November 16, 2012

Italian tourist skydiving in NZ hits the ground at terminal velocity

Antonino Arillotta, 38, hit the ground at speeds of greater than 120MPH and was most probably killed instantly when both his main and reserve parachutes failed to open on a skydiving flight Thursday afternoon, local police said.

The victim, who had been in New Zealand only a few weeks, was filming a commercial tandem jump in Wanaka when his NZ death clock stopped ticking.

Mr Arillotta was an experienced skydiver who had carried out almost 4000 jumps, according to a report.

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

The Italian tourist was probably the 2,594th visitor killed in New Zealand since January 2000.

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Killed in NZ: Australian tourist to go home in body bag

Posted by te2ataria on October 24, 2012

Another Australian woman killed in NZ tourist deathtrap

Melbourne woman Chelsea Callaghan died at the weekend having suffered severe head injuries while on a quad bike adventure tour less than two weeks ago.

Ms Callaghan, 38, who had signed up for a tour with “quad-bike specialist” Riverland Adventures, sustained her injuries at Klondyke Rd, in Onewhero, just outside Auckland, on October 11, according to a report.

“Her death is the fifth quad bike-related death this year and follows that of 10-year-old Sam White on October 10,” the report said.

According to data from Ministry of Innovation & Employment, formerly the Department of Labour, 850 people are injured riding quad bikes on farms every year and five die.

Recorded quad bike deaths 2012 (NZ Herald)

October : Chelsea Callaghan, 38, from Melbourne, Australia, died at the weekend following a crash near Onewhero on October 11.

October: Shane William White, 10, died in the Wairarapa.

July: US tourist Jeffrey Robert Frum, 21, died at Hahei.

March: Luke James Randle, 20, died at Foxton Beach.

January: Peter Rouse, 74, died on a Tokomaru Bay farm.

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

The Australian tourist from Melbourne  was probably the 2,577th visitor killed in New Zealand since January 2000.

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The American Honeymoon in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on September 22, 2012

Husband killed, woman remains critical

Newly wed U.S. woman whose husband was killed in a crash by the Waitomo Caves remains in a critical condition in Waikato Hospital.


Yet another American killed in New Zealand. Kenneth Kallan Stithem and Kirsten Steinke were married just five days ago in the US. Mr Stithem was killed in a crash at Waitomo which left Ms Steinke in a critical condition in Waikato Hospital. Photo:  Supplied/via stuff NZ.

The American couple, married just five days ago in the US, were on their honeymoon when their car was rammed by a cement truck on Thursday.

The bridegroom, 31-year-old Kenneth Stithem, was killed in the crash and his 28-year-old wife Kirsten Steinke is in critical condition, awaiting surgery.

Her parents, who traveled from Colorado, are at their daughter’s bedside, according to Newstalk ZB.

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

Kenneth Stithem was probably the 2,553rd tourist killed in New Zealand since January 2000.

RIP!


New Zealand Honeymoon Victims: Just Married! Kirsten Steinke and Kenneth Kallan Stithem. Photo supplied, via stuff New Zealand

The Air New Zealand “Bereavement Service”

So many tourists are killed in New Zealand that our national air carrier, Air New Z-land is now offering a special “bereavement service” for the victims’ families.

“They also singled out the service provided by Air New Zealand as part of their bereavement policy. From the moment both couples checked in at Los Angeles International Airport, Air New Zealand ensured they were “red tagged” right through to Auckland Airport and fast-tracked through Customs with the help of the New Zealand Police,” according to a report.

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Death of another tourist reported

Posted by te2ataria on May 28, 2011

Govt lifts reporting restriction on Tahitian tourist death

Jeanine Bennett, 76, due to return home to Tahiti today, was killed after being hit by a bus in Auckland Friday morning.

“Ms Bennett was crossing Great South Road in Epsom where she was staying in a motel with family when she was hit about 8.45am, police said, ” according to a report.

In 2011, on average, 3 foreigners are killed in New Zealand every 4 days.

[More than 10,000 others are seriously injured.]

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Australian Woman Killed in Karako Glacier Named

Posted by te2ataria on March 24, 2011

Background Story:

Australian Woman Killed in New Zealand

Police have named the Australian woman killed in Fiordland national park as Melissa Therese Martin, 38, of Sydney.

Mrs Martin’s husband is said to have received non-life threatening injuries, after he fell 40 metres down an ice face in  Karako Glacier area.

About 30 times as many Australians are killed in New Zealand, as New Zealanders are in Australia.


Melissa Martin, 38, and her husband Brad Skinner from Sydney, Australia. They had planned to spend 3 years “adventure-neering” in New Zealand, Asia, Europe and South America, according to their blog. But like “many”  other Australians, she never managed to get out of New Zealand alive.

On average, at least one foreigner will be killed in New Zealand every day throughout 2011.

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