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Atoll residents told to tie themselves to coconut trees if cyclone hits Cook Islands

ABC RADIO AUSTRALIA Updated February 10, 2010 16:15:32

Residents of an isolated atoll In the Cook Islands are being told to tie themselves to coconut trees if Cyclone Pat hits them. The system is intensifying, and hurricane strength winds are now being reported at its centre. At the moment Pat is located north of the island of Aitutaki, and is headed directly for the tiny atoll of Palmerston.

Presenter: Bruce Hill
Speaker: Arona Ngari, Cook Islands Meteorological Service Director

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This article is the sole opinion of Reverend J.S. Bhagwan and not that of the newspaper or any organisation that Mr Bhagwan is associated with.


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