You flee, you die

The fourth man in the car that tried to flee the Police is near death, or dead, one can’t tell from media reports, especially from the NZ Herald, who have changed their online story three four times and still the front page shows he has died….click through to the story and it says he is near death….and then just a short time ago they changed it again…apparently he has died…even though the front page shows he is near death..or dead…oh I am so confused now.

Herald Bomb

 

If he has died, that that makes it 4-0 from just one crash. You flee, you die.

You especially die if you all get tanked and let the guy with no licence drive you. Make no mistake, the people responsible for this crash are now all dead, paying the ultimate consequences for getting rat-arsed, letting anĀ unlicensedĀ driver try to flee Police.

 

  • johnbronkhorst

    Seems to me, the simplest way to avoid the risk of death while evading the police is; DON’T!!!!

  • williamabong

    Darwin – 4, Dickheads – nil,
    Just amazing how the gene pool sometimes has the ability to self clean, good old mother nature knows best.

    • johnbronkhorst

      Absolutely!

  • fdfdfdsfdf

    Step 1: Activate left indicator
    Step 2: Pull to a controlled stop
    Step 3: Accept consequences

    Or

    1. Run from the Police and kill your mates.

    Don’t expect the general public to lose any sleep over it.

  • steve and monique

    Wasting ink on idiots.

  • Gazzaw

    An absolute tragedy for their families. Having said that how much of this was caused by inter-generational neglect? These kids had the same opportunities as the rest of us but they weren’t able to take them because of their lousy environment. I’ll bet they all had form of some description. It’s all so fucken futile.

  • Michael

    Get real Cameron, it’s not the Herald’s job to provide you with accurate news and current events. What do you think they are? a credible news source or something?

    • Gazzaw

      According to page 2 in the Horrid yesterday they won every award there was at the ‘Self Admiration Society’ Awards dinner last week. Just goes to show the depths that NZ’s ‘journalism’ has sunk to.

  • http://www.facebook.com/euan.rosstaylor Euan Ross-Taylor

    Regarding the dead vs near dead; I think the most likely scenario is that he is brain dead and has had life support switched off but is continuing to breathe on his own. This must be really hard on the family who would have agonised over switching off and now will be second guessing their decision, though of course there is no coming back from being brain dead.

    • Mr_Blobby

      Not when the starting point is brain dead.

  • rouppe

    My personal opinion is that the crashes (and deaths) occur because the police pull out of the chase.

    Think about it. All of a sudden the blue and red lights aren’t there anymore, and the headlights aren’t in the mirror anymore. What happens is that the attention switches to “where have they gone” and away from “where am I going” and boom, they crash.

    • Teletubby

      What worries me about all this is that by pulling out of one chase it causes the next one. The message has well an truly been sent that if you drive fast enough the cops will let you go, hence the reason we are seeing so many of these accidents so quickly after the cops abandon

    • AntonK95

      I think that’s actually a reasonable theory

  • AntonK95

    It seems there’s now a bit more room at the shallow end of the gene pool

  • Hazards001

    Now don’t get me wrong. I’m sorry these guys are dead but the truth is they and their families brought it on themselves. This is from the Hearld article

    “Another of those killed, George Lomia, celebrated his 20th birthday on
    March 3. His uncle and caregiver Gum Maaseia said he was a good kid who rarely drank alcohol or partied. He spent most of his time lifting weights at home, playing the PlayStation or hanging out with his girlfriend, Rosey Lilo, he said.”

    So he was a good kid? He was a 20 year old man FFS! And from that it would surely be reasonable to assume that considering how busy he already was it’s unlikely he had time to fit work into the schedule?

    It’s not just the gene pool thats had a clean out. It’s time some of these families took a look at themselves!

  • Mr_Blobby

    Funny how they are all such good kids. Driving without a license, taken someones car without permission, No insurance, probably no rego or wof. Such good kids.Wasted enough time on this one.

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