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RFMF personnel assist in evacuation efforts and woman delivers twins at the Sukanaivalu Barracks

RFMF personnel assist in evacuation efforts and woman delivers twins at the Sukanaivalu Barracks

By Vijay Narayan
Monday 01/02/2021

Members of the Republic of Fiji Military Forces assisted a number of families in evacuation efforts in Vanua Levu and a woman also delivered her twin daughters at the Sukanaivalu Barracks as road access to Labasa Hospital was cut off.

Commanding Officer Engineers, Lt Colonel Semi Mocelutu says a family was evacuated from Natokama in Labasa to Sukanaivalu Barracks by RFMF Engineers and 3FIR Golf Company yesterday.

A baby was also transported inside a cooking pot and transfered into a baby tub.

Meanwhile the mother and the new born twins are now recovering at Labasa Hospital.

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