One dead, more than 2,500 evacuated as Cyclone Sarai lashes Fiji

One dead, more than 2,500 evacuated as Cyclone Sarai lashes Fiji
One dead, more than 2,500 evacuated as Cyclone Sarai lashes Fiji

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Damage around Tavua on the main Fijian island of Viti Levu after Cyclone Winston struck in 2016, killing 44 people. — AFP pic

MELBOURNE, Dec 29 — One person was killed in Fiji and one is missing as tropical cyclone Sarai battered the South Pacific nation with strong wind and heavy rain, authorities said today.

The Fiji National Disaster Management Office said one person was in intensive care and more than 2,500 people had moved to 70 evacuation centres.

The category two tropical cyclone is not expected to make landfall in Fiji, though its weather service has issued storm and flood warnings for parts of the country.

“Close to its centre the cyclone is expected to have average winds of up to 110kph with momentary gusts to 150kph,” the Fiji Meteorological Service said in a statement.

Cyclone Sarai is moving east at nearly 10 kph and is expected to move into Tongan waters on Tuesday. Meteorological Service has issued a heavy rain and flash flood warning for the entire country. — Reuters

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