Name release - missing skydiver
"Name release - missing skydiver"
Police can now release
the name of the missing skydiver who fell into Lake Wakatipu
on Wednesday 10 January.
He was Tyler Nii, 27 years
old, from California.
Mr Nii was on holiday in New
Police are providing support to Mr Nii's
family and we join with the wider Queenstown community in
extending our sympathies to them for their tragic loss.
The Police National Dive Squad will arrive in
Queenstown over the weekend to assess conditions, as well as
the viability of using sonar equipment to assist with
locating and recovering Mr Nii's body.
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