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  • 1. 2004 Floods By Jono & Liam
  • 2.
    • How does it work!
    • sometime when it rains for a long time the rivers start to over flow and start to go over farms towns and city's and causes a lot of damage and it will take a lot of money to be built up again.
    • What you need
    • Flashlight with spare batteries Warm clothing, Blankets Necessary medication Infant care items like diapers, diaper cream, medications, and wipes. You may also want to put a toy or two in the kit to help keep them occupied Personal toiletries. Identification.
    Facts
  • 3.
    • How does it work!
    • maybe if a river wall can't holed its self it might burst flood houses every where, it will make a mess.
    More Facts
  • 4.
    • zero lives were lost in the storm.
    • 4 rivers burst their stop-banks.
    • 28 tonnes of sediment passed under fizherbet bridge, palmerston north, every second of 8 hours.
    • 51 minimum percentage income from farming needed to be eligible for government aid
    • 70 percent of horizons regional council territory affected.
    even more facts
  • 5.
    • 100 most devastating flood in 100 years
    • $290,000 dollars spent by government to reopen kopane school.
    • $10,000 dairy cows in the manawatu district relocated.
    • $13,500,000 liters of milk production lost in manawatu district.
    Super facts
  • 6.
    • $66,000,000 estimated cost to the region.
    • $112,000,000 estimated insurance bill
    • $300,000,000 dollar estimation of economic impact on the region.
    Super duper Facts
  • 7.
    • sometime when it rains for a long time the rivers start to over flow and start to go over farms towns and city's and causes a lot of damage and it will take a lot of money to be built up again.
    • maybe if a river wall can't holed its self it might burst flood houses every where, it will make a mess.
    How Does It Work
  • 8.
    • Flashlight with spare batteries Warm clothing (waterproof outewear is recommended) Blankets Necessary medication Infant care items like diapers, diaper cream, medications, and wipes. You may also want to put a toy or two in the kit to help keep them occupied Personal toiletries (makeup, toothbrush, toothpaste). Identification (passport, drivers license, family documents)
    What you need to survive
  • 9.
    • It happened in Kiranga and Fielding.
    • Parts near the Manawatu river, e.g. down the side of the Manawatu river.
  • 10. Funny photos
  • 11. More funny photos
  • 12. Thanks for watching The End