Body of 3rd victim who was trapped in a landslide found

Body of 3rd victim who was trapped in a landslide found

By Naveel Krishant , Navitalai Naivalurua
Saturday 21/03/2020
Body of the 3rd victim from the island Quary landslide was recovered at around 10:30am today. [Photo: NDMO]

Authorities have found the body of the third victim who was trapped in a landslide at the Namosi Quarry in Mau Village, Namosi yesterday afternoon.

The body was found this morning.

Four people were trapped in the landslide yesterday.

One person from Nadarivatu, Rakiraki managed to escape while two people had passed away yesterday.

Two people that lost their lives yesterday are from Tavua and Rakiraki and all of them were working at the Namosi Quarry.



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