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Flooding halts bus services

By SHAYAL DEVI
Thursday, January 30, 2014

Update: 10:28AM BUS services to flooded areas in Nadi have ceased because of unsafe weather conditions.

Fiji Bus Operators Association president Viren Kewal said operations in other parts of the West continued as normal but they were still monitoring weather patterns.

He said it was very risky to operate buses in flooded areas and they were waiting for flood waters to recede in areas where roads have been closed.


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