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Police officers monitor movements

By JONE KALOUNIVITI
Thursday, January 30, 2014

Update: 3:46PM POLICE officers have been deployed to all flood-prone areas in Nadi to control the movement of people.

"We are trying to minimise movement before the next high tide hits and darkness falls to avoid any life threatening situations,'' said spokeswoman Ana Naisoro.

High tide is expected around 6pm. Police have also been deployed to all evacuation centres in Nadi.





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