Name of youth killed in fatal crash released
Name of youth killed in fatal crash
Christchurch Police have released the name of
the youth who died in a fatal crash following a Police
pursuit last Friday [22 February].
He was Ethan Dallas
Takitimu-McKenzie, aged 15, of Christchurch.
driver of the stolen vehicle in which the deceased was a
passenger, a 25- year old Christchurch man, reappeared in
the Christchurch District Court today on charges of careless
driving causing death and theft of a motor vehicle.
also appeared on charges of aggravated robbery relating to
an incident on Thursday night in which another motor
vehicle, a trailer and a motorbike were taken from a
recreational area on the north bank of the Waimakariri
River, west of the main bridge.
The man was further
remanded in custody to 4
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