Danger of electrocution during cyclon...

Danger of electrocution during cyclone flooding

There are 2 comments on the Matangi Tonga story from Mar 4, 2014, titled Danger of electrocution during cyclone flooding. In it, Matangi Tonga reports that:

A temporary meter box connected by an extension lead at a flooded home in Hala'ovave, Tongatapu.

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#1 Mar 6, 2014
Gotta say it was really good having the power stay on during the cyclone. I think turning off the home power is the individuals responsibility.

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#2 Mar 6, 2014
Take all t precautions needed if it'll save lives, especially kids. U guys b safe out there.

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