Mike Worley Death – A beloved Christchurch, New Zealand man has sadly passed away. Mike Worley, also called Michael Worley, died following a deadly accident on Friday, the family announced. The tragic incident happened on Friday, March 3, 2023. “It is with a heavy heart that we let the world know about Mike’s tragic accident on Friday. Mike has been fighting hard as we knew he would for his girls, being the legend of a man that he is. Mike’s journey is now coming to a sad end.”
The death of Mike has been described by his family as the most tragic event to have occurred. Mike is survived by his partner of so many years, his beautiful children, and other siblings. “The family thank you all for your heartfelt messages and support. We will update you all over the next couple of days. Love forever big brother.”
ALSO READ: Person dies in single-vehicle crash in Christchurch
On Tuesday afternoon, there was a fatal collision involving a single vehicle that occurred in Christchurch. At approximately 4:15 p.m., emergency personnel responded to a crash that had occurred on Ferry Road, close to Richardson Court. A representative for the police department indicated that there was nothing that could be done to save the person’s life and that they “unfortunately passed away at the scene.” The deceased has been reported to the coroner, and the serious crash unit of the police department has been notified. According to the police, investigations into the events leading up to the collision are still underway.
****Fatal school-bus crash leaves one dead, six injured near Marton****
Six people were hurt when a school bus crashed on Mkirikiri Rd in Marton. One person died. On Tuesday, just before 3 p.m., the driver of the school bus for South Mkirikiri School died at the scene in the Rangitkei District, police said. A police spokesman said that the bus went off the road and crashed into a ditch on Mkirikiri Rd, about 33 kilometers from Whanganui, between Union Line and State Highway 3.
Serious Crash Unit is looking into it. A police spokesman said that the young people involved in the crash were shaken up but not seriously hurt. Greg Allan, who is the principal of South Mkirikiri School, said that the bus was for the school.
He said, “None of our students were hurt, and they are all safe with their parents.” “We’re helping them and their families at school right now.” Allan said that the school would say something the next day. Amy Milne, a spokeswoman for Hato Hone St. John, said that they got a call around 2:50 p.m. She said, “When we got there, we had two ambulances, two managers, and one quick response vehicle.” All of the patients were treated at the scene, and there were still two ambulances there.
Fire and Emergency New Zealand sent two fire crews, one from Bulls and one from Marton, to help the police. A police officer at the scene said that the bus had been taken away and taken to Whanganui around 6:15 p.m. Grant O’Shanassy, who lives on Mkirikiri Rd, said the crash happened near a two-lane bridge about one kilometer from where SH3 meets Mkirikiri Rd. He said that the bus ended up in a drain next to the road, about 15 meters from the bridge over the Mkirikiri Stream.
He said, “The bridge is very narrow, and there have been a lot of close calls on it.” In 2020, a school bus crashed into a train in Bunnythorpe. This was the second school bus accident in the area in that year. Its 63-year-old driver, June Eynon, died at the scene, which was at the intersection of Railway Road and Clevely Line, 12 kilometers north of Palmerston North.
Mike Worley Obituary and Funeral Arrangements will be Released by the Family
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