Update to Pedestrian hit by car not identified - Manukau
Update to Pedestrian hit by car not identified. -
Manukau – Counties Manukau
14 August, 2014
the notification headed "Pedestrian hit by car not
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described as a male of about 50,
skinned, possibly Fijiian and of slim build.
He has a thin
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