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Vomo Island Fiji Unscathed After Cyclone Mick

Press Release – Vomo Island

VOMO has survived Cyclone Mick, the first cyclone of the season, suffering little damage. The Category 2 storm brought winds up to 150 km per hour and lashed the island with rain however no structural damage was incurred and no staff or guests were injured.Vomo Unscathed After Cyclone Mick Passes Through Fiji

VOMO has survived Cyclone Mick, the first cyclone of the season, suffering little damage. The Category 2 storm brought winds up to 150 km per hour and lashed the island with rain however no structural damage was incurred and no staff or guests were injured.

Cyclone Mick passed over VOMO on Monday morning (14th December) and by the evening had made its way over the main island of Viti Levu.

Vomo’s General Manager Wayne Milgate says “our thoughts are with those who have lost loved ones and had homes destroyed. We were very fortunate, the most noticeable damage has been to the landscaping, with several trees uprooted, but that within 48-hours all debris will be cleared.”

After a brief disruption to telecommunication services the resort is now fully operational and all services have been restored.

ENDS

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