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26 May 2020 16:38
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  •   Home > News > Motoring

    Six people have lost their lives on our roads over the Christmas holiday period..

    Six people have lost their lives on our roads over the Christmas holiday period..


    The first was a pedestrian who died in Blenheim on December 27.

    The next day, a person died after rolling their car at Kaitoke, near Whanganui.

    On December 29, a 30-year-old woman died after crashing her car into a pole in Nelson.

    A day later, a person died on State Highway 3 near Piopio.

    This year, one person's died after a crash in Wellsford and another near Winton.

    Brake NZ director, Caroline Perry says any loss of life is one too many.

    The Christmas/New Year road toll period began at 4PM on December 24 and has just come to an end

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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