People adhering to advices
December 17, 2012 4:00 am
Most people are heading the advice from the government and the weather office to stay indoors and stay safe.
While there some who may always tend to ignore warnings, majority are adhering to advices.
Mika Loga with this report.
On our way from Suva to Pacific Habour there was a slight landslide near Novotel in Lami, but it didn’t block the road or stop traffic.
As we moved along the highway, we could still see many homes, their roofs were not secured, TV antennas are still standing.
Further down we can see families working on their roofing – securing it with ropes.
Further on we could see debris on the road, people walking on the road, trimming trees as well.
Here in Pacific Habour, wind is very strong. At the beach front waves are getting higher. People here expect it to get higher by this evening when the Cyclone moves closer.
Just past Navua, people working on power lines, across the road, telephone lines are lying across the road at Nakaulevu.
Here in Pacific Habour, homes are secured, people are not moving about, we can’t see anyone out and about.
On our way here, only a few vehicles are on the highway, just shows people are taking heed to advice and warning.