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This online training package references the Coordinated Incident Management System (CIMS), which is the National framework within New Zealand for managing emergencies.
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Video One: Winter Storm, Video Two: Winter Storm – Waka Kotahi and Video Three: Briefing
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New Zealand weather
12 June 2022:
Tornado leaves a trail of destruction on Kapiti Coast, MetService warns of heavy snow, large hail and huge swells.
A tornado has hit the Kapiti Coast and power was briefly cut to Wellington CBD as wild weather hits the lower North Island.
MetService said there were 1300 lightning strikes across the lower North Island over a period of two hours.
What you need to know:
- A small tornado hit Waikanae and Paraparaumu on the Kapiti Coast just before 1 pm on Thursday.
- Kapiti Coast District Council says 12 homes have reported damage.
- A severe thunderstorm watch is in place for Waitomo, Taranaki, Whanganui, Manawatū, Kāpiti-Horowhenua and Wellington.
Video One: Winter Storm
Video Two: Winter Storm – Waka Kotahi
Video Three: Briefing
Hawke’s Bay Civil Defence Emergency Management Group media stand-up. Joint agencies media stand up: Napier Mayor Kirsten Wise, Hawke’s Bay Civil Defence Emergency Management Group Controller Ian Macdonald, Fire and Emergency NZ Area Manager Ken Cooper, and Hawke’s Bay DHB’s Medical Officer of Health Dr Nick Jones