New Plymouth — "At 4pm the radio news came on and I heard them say 'breaking news, three students are missing in New Plymouth' and staight away I knew, it was my friends at Paritutu." Taranaki Search and Rescue police Sergeant Andrew Ross, catching up on filing at his desk was 4 kilometres away from the unfolding tragedy.
New Plymouth — Taranaki Police are scaling back the search for the three missing off New Plymouth, following more than 48 hours of extensive marine, land and aerial searches.
New Plymouth — When: 3.30pm, Friday 10th August Where: Civil Defence Emergency Management Office, 45 Robe Street, New Plymouth Who: The wife of missing instructor Bryce Jourdain will speak to media along with Incident Controller Inspector Frank Grant.
New Plymouth — A search has resumed a short time ago for the three missing off Paritutu Rock on Wednesday afternoon.
New Plymouth — The search for three people missing off New Plymouth will resume again at first light tomorrow morning.
New Plymouth — Taranaki Police are now able to release the names of the three people missing since yesterday afternoon off Paritutu Rock in New Plymouth.
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