Setting up evacuation centers: The Earth Underneath in New Zealand

Setting up evacuation centers: The Earth Underneath in New Zealand

Auckland – After the devastating storms of the past few weeks, New Zealand’s North Island has once again been hit by torrential rains and floods.

Devastating damage caused heavy rains and floods across New Zealand’s northern peninsula. © Mike Scott / Dr

After nearly four weeks of massive flooding in Auckland, rainfall fell again on Friday in the Pacific state’s largest city and nearby areas, according to Broadcasting New Zealand.

Police urged people to reconsider their travel plans to avoid dangers on the roads.

She added that some drivers were surprised by the intensity of the water in their cars, and emergency services by boat had to rescue them. Dozens of people have taken refuge in evacuation centres. Many roads had to be closed after the landslides.

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Meteorologists have warned that in the city of Auckland with a population of 1.6 million and in other areas, heavy rain is expected within a few hours as usual in two months. There were also warnings of severe thunderstorms and heavy rain in the Northland region and the Coromandel Peninsula.

tornado "Gabriel" He turned public life in New Zealand upside down.

Hurricane Gabriel has turned public life in New Zealand upside down. © NZDF / dpa

New heavy rain warnings were issued for the Hawke’s Bay wine region and the city of Gisborne, where Hurricane Gabriel raged last week.

There were evacuation orders in Esk Valley. Residents have been told to take their clothes and pets with them and leave the area immediately.

At least 11 people died on the “Gabriel” trail. The damage is colossal. At the end of January, Auckland had already had its wettest day since records began.

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Three people died. The city’s airport was also temporarily flooded.

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