Live Tsunami drill for 4 primary schools in Vatuwaqa area to be conducted at 2pm today

Live Tsunami drill for 4 primary schools in Vatuwaqa area to be conducted at 2pm today

By Naveel Krishant
Tuesday 05/11/2019

A live Tsunami Drill will be conducted for 1,720 students in four primary schools in the Vatuwaqa area at 2 o'clock this afternoon. 

People within the vicinity are urged not to be alarmed as this only a tsunami drill.

The schools participating are Fiji School for the Blind,  Mahatma Ghandi Memorial School, Saint Marcellin Primary School and Marist Champagnat Institute.

The National Disaster Management Office says a tabletop exercise will also be conducted with Fiji Ports Corporation Ltd.

The Fiji Police Force will be assisting students on the following roads, Nanuku Street, Nakelo Street, Vidal Avenue, Fletcher Road to Ratu Mara Road and Nabua Road.

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