Katie Greenwood from the Red Cross discusses the impact of the Hunga Tonga eruption and tsunami

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‘It’s the outer lying islands and the low lying atolls that as closer to the eruption site that’s where we hold more grave fears’

Katie Greenwood from the Red Cross discusses the impact of the Hunga Tonga eruption and tsunami.

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