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Flood warning remains in force

By FELIX CHAUDHARY
Friday, February 28, 2014

Update: 12:03PM THE Fiji Meteorological Service says a flood warning remains in force for the Navua River and all low-lying areas adjacent to and downstream of Sabata station right through to Navua Town.

Similarly, a flood alert remains in force for all low-lying areas downstream of Waibogi to Sabata station.

The Nadi weather office says flood alerts also remain for all low-lying areas adjacent to the Waimanu River and all low-lying areas adjacent to and downstream of Nabukaluka station, including the Waidina River.

People around or near all low-lying areas adjacent to the Wainibuka and Wainimala Rivers and all low-lying areas between Nayavu and Navolau station should also be aware that flood alerts remain in place for these areas.

 


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