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Tsunami barely registers a ripple as affected residents take cover

Friday 5 March 2021 | Written by Emmanuel Samoglou | Published in Local, National

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Tsunami barely registers a ripple as affected residents take cover
Pukapuka residents heeding caution by taking refuge at the island’s cyclone shelter. PHOTO: KO TINGA. 21030416

Many heeded caution and moved inland to higher ground after a tsunami threat was issued by the Cook Islands Meteorological Service.

Many heeded caution and moved inland to higher ground after a tsunami threat was issued by the Cook Islands Meteorological Service.


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