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Ken McTague Visits Christchurch

Ken McTague Visits Christchurch

Ken McTague, Operations Manager of ATS Pacific visited Christchurch to assess the situation. He advises that damage is widespread in all suburbs East and North of the CBD. The airport area and south were relatively unaffected. The CBD has extensive liquifaction and structural damage to most buildings. Extensive Demolition work is taking place and it is expected access to the inner CBD may be 6+ months away.

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