Paengaroa fatal crash victims named
"Fatal crash victims named"
now in a position to name two men who died in a road crash
in Paengaroa, near Te Puke, on Sunday, 28 December,
Bismon Xavier, aged 30, and Minoj Haridas, aged 31,
were both from Kerala in India but had been living in
Rotorua at the time of the crash.
The police investigation
into the crash at the intersection of State Highway 2 and
Wilson Road is
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