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WAF: Store water

Shayal Devi
Wednesday, March 05, 2014

NADI residents living in areas facing water cuts have been asked to store water.

In a statement, the Water Authority of Fiji said water disruptions were because of a burst pipe.

"A 150millimetre burst pipe was located on Vunabitu Road," the statement said.

"The areas affected are Keolaia Road, Naboutini Village, Naboutini Police Post, Masimasi Primary School and Vunabitu Road.

The statement also stated that the water supply should be normalised soon, until then water trucks would be servicing the areas affected.

"Supply is expected to normalise soon, however, water trucks will be servicing the affected areas until supply is restored," the statement stated.








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