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FEA works to restore power

Shalveen Chand
Sunday, March 02, 2014

FEA has been working around the clock to restore power in areas that have been affected as a result of the floods last week.

A statement from the authority yesterday said some areas in Nakasi outside Nausori Town was still without electricity.

In Navua the hospital link was being worked on.

In Naitasiri most villages and roads will be without power because the floods affected these areas the most.

Koroi Rd, Bureni settlement, Waitolu Village, Naqali District School, Savu Village, Naqali Village, Nabia settlement, Viria Village, Vanuakula, Korovou, Vatulili, Nabukaluka, Lomai, Nauluvatu, Namako settlement, Waidina Secondary School, Nadakuni, Wainikawaqa, Nasevou, Nasirotu, Wainikaile and Delailaisekau are still without power.

According to FEA, power would have been restored to some of the areas.

In Korovou, Nabilo, Fulton College, Davetalevu, Nailega, Veinuqa, Sote,K umi, Ucunivanua, Nasigasiga — Naloto Village, Naiborebore, Naisaumua, Dravuni and Nadaro had been affected.

Also affected are Matacaucau Village, Qelekuro Village in Nasinu and Matacula Village on Qoma Island.


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