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Inquest into biker’s death

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An inquest into the death of Tauranga Filthy Few Motorcycle Club member Dennis Michael Pedersen is being held in Queenstown today.

Dennis, also known as Deno, was killed in a crash on the Lindis Pass on State Highway 8 in the South Island on November 26, 2012.

 

Dennis Michael Pedersen, also known as Deno, was killed in a motorbike crash in the South Island in 2012

 

The 54-year-old owner of the Curiosity business in Wharf Street was a well-known member of Tauranga's bike riding community. Read more about Deno here.

Deno was part of a riding group travelling back from the Burt Munro Challenge in Invercargill in 2012, when he and South Canterbury Road Knight Grant John Roberts crashed with a southbound Nissan near Goodger Road.

Both men died at the scene.

A Timaru woman, who was a pillion passenger on Grant's bike, was injured in the crash.

The 20-year-old Chinese national driving the Nissan was charged with two counts of careless driving causing death.

The woman has since been deported back to China.

Source: sunlive.co.nz
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03FatboyHP
03FatboyHP
8 years ago

RIP Deno

"The 20-year-old Chinese national driving the Nissan was charged with two counts of careless driving causing death.The woman has since been deported back to China"

Kill a couple of Bikers and get to go back home. What a consequence. Dont matter where you live, a Bikers life is worth shit!

Fucking cagers the fucking fucks. Hope the gash gets some chinese karma the fuck……

RIP Deno.

 

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