Cyclone Evan Pounds Samoa, Heading for Tonga, Fiji
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Tropical Cyclone Evan was stationary over Samoa for approximately 24 hours.
The Ministry of Police has confirmed that there have been two casualties.
The whole of Samoa is without electricity, which may not be restored for up to two weeks.
The whole of Samoa is without water, except for critical services such as the hospital.
Tropical Cyclone Evan is predicted to pass close to Niuafo’ou in northern Tonga as a Category 3 tropical cyclone on Sunday.
Tropical Cyclone Evan predicted to pass between the islands of Vanua Levu and Tavauni in Fiji as a Category 4 tropical cyclone early Monday morning.
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MAP: CYCLONE EVAN
PHOTOS: A selection of images as Tropical Cyclone Evan pounds down on Samoa
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