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Canterbury University Earthquake Update

Published: Tue 22 Feb 2011 03:18 PM
There has been a significant aftershock in the Canterbury region today
University of Canterbury students and staff are being marshalled on Ilam Field and the arts car park. NZi3 on Crekye Rd has been established as a welfare and information centre for those needing assistance.
The University of Canterbury Health Centre is open with two doctors present. Those who can leave the campus by foot and are confident to do so, should leave.
Those who can leave by car should be aware there is significant congestion on the streets around campus. The campus is closed until further notice.
Please regularly check the UC website www.canterbury.ac.nz and the University of Canterbury’s Facebook page for updates.
ENDS

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