SYDNEY – Hundreds of tourists in New Zealand left to the beach due to bad storm that damaged roads, sticks trees and cuts high voltage
Fehi’s earlier tropical fever has caused heavy rain from the week that flooded the southern city of Dunedin and the west coast of Buller, causing authorities to be anxious and ask people on the road.
Officials in New Zealand say bad weather has devastated a great road around Haast, 426 miles northwest of Dunedin, where hundreds of tourists are in town
The challenge is to have at least 600 tourists and we will make a wealth assessment for your needs, the Westland City Council announced via email.
Authorities have stated that damages are being repaired, but they can not tell when tourists can see a small small town.
New Zealand leader Metservice reported on Friday that the storm hit the south, providing relief to the west coast of the country, affected by heavy rains and strong winds.