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INTERSECTION CRASH: This red car came off second best when it connected with
a utility vehicle with bull bars in Rolleston on Monday morning.
Photo: NIGEL LILLY
Ute, car collision
traps one driver
By ANNA PRICE
car after a two-vehicle smash in Roll-
eston early Monday.
The incident happened at the
intersection of Weedons Ross and
Jones Roads at 7am.
The driver of a ute escaped
unscathed from the crash.
Rolleston chief fire officer Nigel
Lilley said fire crews cut the side of
the small car because the woman
was trapped by her injuries.
She could have got out, but
because of her injuries it would have
been dangerous to do so,'' he said.
She was taken by ambulance to
Christchurch Hospital where she
was reported to be comfortable and
Police were investigating and
would consider prosecuting the
driver of the ute.
School's out: Lincoln High School principal Linda Tame is taking time out.
LONG-SERVING Lincoln High
School principal Linda Tame has
decided to move on from the school in
search of a new challenge.
Tame, 55, has been leading the
school as principal for 16 years and
she said the time had come for her to
She plans to take a break to visit
her son Jack, a television journalist
who is the United States correspon-
dent for TV One News, before decid-
ing what to do next.
She said she was passionate about
education and was likely to continue
working in that field.
Ms Tame was keen to leave the
1550-pupil school on a high after it
received a positive Education Review
Office report and produced great aca-
demic results last year.
It was a big decision to make but
I think it's the right thing for me and
the school. It's best not to leave it too
late to leave.''
Her decision had nothing to do
with earthquake fatigue or the
controversy of assistant principal,
Douglas Martin, who is serving a
10-month term of home detention,
after making secret up-skirt videos.
The time is right,'' Ms Tame said.
I'm not feeling exhausted or worn
down. I'm still full of enthusiasm for
Ms Tame said she would miss the
contact with staff and students.
She cited Sophie Pascoe's efforts as
a 15-year-old at her first Olympic
games as a highlight but was reluc-
tant to focus on single students.
Each year we have so many won-
derful students come through the
When they leave at the end of the
year you wonder what it is going to
be like, but then another superb
group come through.''
The school's board is about to
advertise the position and hopes to
have a replacement ready to start in
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