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23 Oct 2018 2:49
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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    A coroner's concluded a 22-year-old Wellington man was the driver in a crash where he lost his life

    A coroner's concluded a 22-year-old Wellington man was the driver in a crash where he lost his life


    Leyton-Leigh Tokorangi Alderson died as a result of injuries when he crashed into a bridge in Wainuiomata in June 2015.

    Two others in the car survived the crash.

    It was previously unclear if Alderson or a friend was driving - but a coronial investigation concluded it was Alderson who lost control and crashed.

    Coroner Scott says Alderson had twice the legal blood limit and also had cannabis in his system.

    © 2018 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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