Mr Bisschop described him as "a good guy, so thoughtful”.

The eventuality to that a male killed in a automobile pile-up circuitously Dunedin on Friday was streamer might be named in his honour subsequent year.

Stuart Ernest Windle, 64, of Kaikoura, died during a stage of a five-car pile-up north of Dunedin that harmed 6 others, while streamer south to take partial in a Hurricane Rodders Mid Winter Run in a city.

The pile-up occurred on State Highway 1 circuitously a intersection of Apes Rd, about 5km south of Waikouaiti, on a bustling Friday night as Queen’s Birthday weekend holiday-makers left Dunedin.

It was a initial genocide in a Queen’s Birthday fee that currently reached seven.

That put a central highway fee above final year’s count for all 3 days.

Police pronounced late yesterday afternoon Mr Windle’s genocide was with a rapist review unit.

“A series of witnesses have been oral to though inquiries are continuing,” Detective Sergeant Dave Nelson, of a Dunedin CIB, said.

Det Sgt Nelson pronounced a critical pile-up questioner was conducting inquiries and examinations of a vehicles involved.

Mr Windle’s vehicle, dual other tradition cars and a late indication sports automobile were travelling south to a Mid Winter Run on Friday when a pile-up occurred about 5.45pm.

Damaged vehicles were strewn opposite a highway after a crash.

Mr Windle’s Ford was down a bank nearby.

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Emergency services crew pronounced during a stage it seemed a automobile had crossed a centre line on a corner.

Mid Winter Run participants displayed their cars in a Octagon yesterday.

Friends pronounced Mr Windle desired a 1937 Ford Cabriolet automobile in that he mislaid his life.

Danny Bisschop pronounced Mr Windle had lived in Dunedin in a past, before relocating to Kaikoura, and was about to pierce to Christchurch.

Mr Bisschop described him as “a good guy, so thoughtful”.

“We’re only gutted, since he was entrance down to spend some time with us.”

Mr Bisschop pronounced a semi-retired businessman, like other prohibited rod owners, cared about his car, and gathering delicately so as not to repairs it.

Mr Bisschop pronounced Mr Windle would have wanted a Mid Winter Run to go ahead.

Hurricane Rodders boss Wayne Nicol pronounced a bar deliberate interlude a event, though it was concluded it would take place.

There had been “a bit of a toast” for Mr Windle during a event, and a bar subsequent year would cruise changing the name to a commemorative eventuality for him.