young Fijian man had a bike accident near the end of the airport runway at 3am.
It is believed that stray dogs were involved. This is a call out to the Fijian
community to rally around him while he's convalescing at home.
comes from a small island that was decimated by Cyclone Winston in 2015. He has
only been on Rarotonga for 6 weeks and works in Muri. Ngati Tepuretu family members are assisting
with the relocation of Waka closer to his place of work once he's fit to return
to work on 10 September.
all traffic users, especially on motorbikes that fatigue also plays a part in
dog issue will be addressed with Hon. Minister for Tupapa-Maraerenga, George
Maggie and Member of Parliament for Ngatangiia, Mr Tukaka Ama in due course.
responder St Johns Ambulance, Inano McMurchy would like to extend heartfelt
appreciation to Tutu Pirangi of Highland Paradise, Mama Ruta Pirangi and Pastor
Ngarima George of Hut 24, Punanga nui market for their kind assistance in
Waka's recovery this morning from Rarotonga Hospital.