Wednesday, April 24, 2024
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Parents, guardians urged to supervise children

The Fiji Police Force is once again reminding parents and guardians of the importance of supervision.

Chief Operations Officer (COO) Acting Assistant Commissioner of Police (A/ACP) Livai Driu stresses that with another public holiday today and with the social activities planned, the supervision of children must be prioritized at all times.

The reminder follows an incident yesterday where a 13-year-old student had to be admitted at the Sigatoka Hospital after she slipped and fell about 6m from a waterfall.

The victim was trying to take a picture on top of the Qwali waterfall when the incident occurred.

She is currently in a stable condition.

Reginald Chandar
Reginald Chandar
Head of News & Sports |


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