New Zealand Cyclone Gabrielle Alert: 58000 North Island homes lost power, lakh people lost power

Cyclone Gabrielle Alert: A sea storm can wreak havoc in New Zealand, a country located south of the Australian continent. Before the arrival of the storm, waves several feet high rise here and it rains a lot. The New Zealand government has issued a warning for Cyclone Gabrielle.

Fearing the arrival of Cyclone Gabriel, more than 500 flights have been cancelled. The New Zealand Department of Meteorology said wind speeds of 250 kilometers per hour were blowing in northern parts of the country on Monday. On behalf of the department, it was said that the wind speed in the city of Auckland, New Zealand, is currently 110 kilometers per hour. At the same time, the electricity supply has been paralyzed in some 58,000 homes in the northern zone.

The next 24 hours are important regarding the storm

Lakhs of people are in the dark due to power outage. At the same time, due to the rapid rise in sea level, people in coastal areas are more concerned. The New Zealand Meteorological Department said Hurricane Gabriel is knocking on the door, one can only speculate on how deadly it will prove to be. Authorities said power poles, roads and trees have been damaged in many places. The next 24 hours are important regarding the storm.

Advise people not to leave their homes

The New Zealand Weather Department has warned people not to leave their homes. Please say that New Zealand is an island country, surrounded by sea. It has many small islands. Cyclones come here several times a year. The houses here are made of light so that the loss of life and property is reduced in the event of a fall.

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