Fatal crash at Karikari Peninsula
88 Cameron Street,
Wednesday February 12,
Police are seeking occupants of a van who
were in the vicinity of a fatal crash on the Karikari
About 4.30pm a Nissan station wagon
and Harley Davidson motorcycle were involved in a head-on
collision on Inland Road, Karikari Peninsula.
60-year-old woman, who was a pillion passenger on the
motorcycle, died at the scene.
Police have named her as
Anne Eileen Tomkinson, an English tourist.
female passenger in the station wagon is in Kaitaia Hospital
in a stable condition and the 47-year-old male rider of the
motorcycle is in Whangärei Hospital in a stable
Police would like to hear from the occupants of
a van that was travelling towards the peninsula and were in
the vicinity of the crash and also anyone who witnessed the
Anyone with information can contact the Kaitaia
Police on 09 408 6500 or if they wish to remain anonymous
they can contact the Crimestoppers organisation on 0800 555
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