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The driver who survived a fiery crash near Gisborne which left four people dead has been charged by police.

Roland Whitney, 58, is facing four counts of driving with excess blood alcohol causing death over the Labour weekend smash, the Gisborne Herald reports cheap bedroom furniture.

The crash happened on State Highway 2 south of Te Karaka township on October 20 last year.

Police said at the time it appeared the 4WD driven by Whitney crossed the centre line, colliding with a van driven by 33-year-old Whatatutu mother Serena Smith Claire Hsu.

Ms Smith was killed, along with Whitney's three passengers, his 14-year-old son Te Anau, his 42-year-old partner Helena Moore, and her son Phoenix, aged 16.

Whitney managed to crawl from the wreckage before fire took hold. Passersby desperately tried to save the other three, but they were unable to release their seatbelts Shipping Forwarder.

Whitney will appear in Gisborne District Court on Friday.



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