NZ@Noon: Park fence crushes 3-year-old girl

Injured Catherine Alpine, 3, on her way to hospital. Photo/Supplied
Injured Catherine Alpine, 3, on her way to hospital. Photo/Supplied

Some stories happening across the regions include: A little girl from Hastings was crushed by a fence at the park she was playing at, water is going missing from
Wanganui East pool and a disco tune saved an elderly woman needing CPR.

A steel park fence crushed a 3-year-old girl in a Hastings park.

Where the missing water is going to is a mystery. Photo/File
Where the missing water is going to is a mystery. Photo/File

The Wanganui East pool continues to lose water at the rate of 30,000 litres a day but no one has a clue where it's going.

Remembering the beat of a catchy 70s disco hit proved to be a lifesaver for a Rotorua woman using CPR to help revive an elderly swimmer.

A Wairarapa man suffering from severe burns drove 8km to get help.

Vandalism and theft of road signs is costing Northland more than $100,000 a year.

Finally, Papamoa Beach Four Square is proudly celebrating its first major Lotto win.

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