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Father's grief as officials fail to act after teen cyclist son's death

Summary by Ground News
Levi James, 19, was biking down Manukau Rd on the morning of March 5. He collided with a parked car's opening door near the Royal Oak roundabout. He died after being hit by another vehicle. The woman who allegedly opened the car door is facing a charge of carelessly operating a vehicle, causing death. In an email to a council worker after Levi's death, an Auckland Transport staffer said the organisation had considered removing parking outside the shops as a "quick win" The email said it would require consultation with businesses and affected parties.
1 month ago·New Zealand

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Father's grief as officials fail to act after teen cyclist son's death

If the carparks were removed, his son might still be alive, father believes.

1 month ago·Auckland, New Zealand
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