Six people killed by Cyclone Victor in Solomon Islands yesterday, and more than 100 people were homeless.
Meteorologists who working at the Nadi Weather Centre sensed a developing cyclone at 2 a.m. yesterday which near to Nauru and moving to the Solomon Islands. At 3 a.m. the Nadi Weather Centre communicated with the Solomon Islands government to caution the Cyclone named Victor. Emergency plans were implemented immediately by the government. All shipping in the cyclone effected area were warned. The radio station also broadcasted the warning to the people.
Winds in Horniara were blustering at more than 140kilometres per hour. In Honiara, Victor destroyed more than 20 houses and damaged the buildings. This situation effected more than 100 people are now homeless. During the cyclone, six people died, three men drowned when the car rush out the road into the river, and flying debris killed another man and two women.