Government welcomes interim Rena report
Hon Gerry Brownlee
8 March 2012 Media
Government welcomes interim Rena
Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee has
welcomed this morning’s release of the Transport Accident
Investigation Commission’s interim report of its
independent inquiry into the grounding of the container ship
Rena on Astrolabe Reef on 5 October 2011.
“Today’s report shows good progress is being made
investigating how this accident occurred.
establishes some verified facts that will enlighten ongoing
investigations,” Mr Brownlee said.
findings and recommendations stemming from the Rena incident
will be subject to the Commission’s final report, which is
due next year.
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