Five People Treated For Carbon Monoxide Poisioning
Five People Treated For Carbon Monoxide
Emergency Services called to Massey
At about 12.20am on Monday 26th November, 2012,
Emergency Services were called to an address in
Two males and three females aged between 9 years
to 53 years of age, were located at the address all
suffering from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning. They were all
transported to North Shore Hospital.
A family friend had
been called to the address by one of the occupants when the
occupants began feeling unwell. He arrived and found the
occupants in a severe state of distress and notified
Police Detectives will be conducting a
scene examination at the address this morning with the
assistance of the Fire Service to determine the cause of the
high levels of carbon monoxide.
Initial reports indicate
that a petrol generator was being used in an attached garage
to supply power to the
© Scoop Media
Anzac Issue Out Now: Werewolf 47
Alison McCulloch: Lest We Remember
Local iwi have plans to spruce up the Te Ranga site as part of the 150th commemorations this year of key battles in the “New Zealand Wars”, but not a lot of money to do it with.
Information gathered from numerous government agencies shows that while more than $25 million is being spent on monuments and commemorations relating to foreign wars, primarily World War I and its centenary, only around $250,000 has been set aside for those fought on our own soil. More>>
Anne Russell: Anzac Day - Identity Politics, With Guns
Even cursory research into media reports from the past forty years reveals a cultural shift in the commemoration of Anzac Day. Among other things, turnout at Dawn services has increased significantly in recent decades.
Contemporary numbers are estimated at 3,000-4,000 in Wellington, and 10,000-15,000 in Auckland. Newspaper reports from the 1970s and 80s estimated Wellington turnouts at 300-800, and Auckland at anywhere from 600 to 4,000. More>>