Kings Highway closed at Nabulini in Tailevu as more rain is forecast until Sunday

Kings Highway closed at Nabulini in Tailevu as more rain is forecast until Sunday

By Semi Turaga
Friday 08/05/2020
Rakiraki Town [Photo: FRA]

Kings Highway is currently closed at Nabulini in Wainibuka, Tailevu due to a massive landslide while Queens Highway is open.

There are also road closures along Kings Highway in Tavua and Rakiraki due to flooding.

Police-2-sm[Photo: Fiji Police Force]

People were stuck in Naseyani along Kings Highway in Rakiraki this morning due to flooding.

Parts of Tavua Town and Rakiraki Town are also flooded.

Police-3-sm[Photo: Fiji Police Force]

Flood waters are starting to recede.

Police officers have been deployed to monitor the movement of people.

Police-1-sm[Photo: Fiji Police Force]

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