Name released in North Canterbury crash
Name released in North Canterbury
Wednesday, 30 April 2014 -
Police have released the name of the
female motorist who died in a single vehicle crash near
Kaiapoi this morning.
She was Linda Joy Glendenning, aged
20, of Rangiora.
The crash is believed to have occurred
between approximately 8.00am and 8.15am today on South Eyre
Road between Burgesses Road and Mabers Road.
investigation into the cause of the crash is continuing, and
Police say at this stage it is not clear what has caused the
vehicle to lose control, causing it to cross the centre line
and strike a tree on the other side of the
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