Police ask for witnesses after incident in Rotorua
Rotorua Police are continuing to conduct enquiries on behalf
of the coroner in relation to the death of a woman after a
tree fell on her car last week.
The incident occurred on
Amohia Street around 10:45am on 6 January.
56-year-old woman died at the scene.
As part of the
investigation, Police are asking that anyone who was in the
area at the time or was a witness to the event, contact
Police on 07 348
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