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Noelene Tait was a member of the Arrowtown Miners Band - she is fifth from the right. Worksafe are investigating an incident near Queenstown yesterday that killed a 63-year-old local man and left a 19-year-old man in critical condition in Dunedin Hospital. The provincial spokesperson for Arrive Alive, Tsepo Machaea sais six people died on impact and the injured were taken to hospital. Covid-19: A lifetime of anxiety and vigilance continues for those most endangered by coronavirus . Six people have been killed and another 11 injured in a collision between a minibus taxi and a truck on the R61 between Queenstown and Cofimvaba in Eastern Cape. The road was closed for traffic yesterday evening.

The Instagram video post shows car parts from the accident strewn along the Queenstown to Kingston Road at the Devils Staircase, a notorious accident spot. Mrs Tait was a violinist with the Arrowtown Miners Band, as well as being a music teacher. She was Noelene Margaret Tait, aged 84 of Kelvin Heights, Queenstown.

The man killed in yesterday's tandem sky diving accident near Queenstown has been identified by police as a foreigner. The bus, carrying a Chinese tour group, crashed shortly after 1.45pm on Tuesday on Glenorchy-Queenstown Rd, south of Closeburn Rd near an "acute bend".

Queenstown Accidents: Dunedin Accidents: Invercargill Accidents: Latest New Zealand Accidents In The News. National Correspondent Carmen Parahi reports. Police have released the name of the local person killed in yesterday's fatal Frankton Road accident.

Albany | new zealand | However, a life of anxiety and constant vigilance continues for the immune-compromised.