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Northern Mariana Islands

August 23rd, 2004. Trees are bending due to the strong winds.
Monday, August 23, 2004
Super Typhoon Chabaʼs winds howled nearly three times faster than an interstate speed limit—a maximum wind speed was recorded at 178 mph. The winds ripped mature trees from the ground and blew entire rooftops from buildings. On the island of Rota, over 200 homes were heavily damaged and 1,000 people were homeless. Power went out across the island. Two people were killed, one of whom was attempting to photograph damage as it unfolded.
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Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
Office of Homeland Security

1326 Guguan Dr.
P.O. Box 10007
Saipan, MP 96950
(670) 664-2216
http://www.cnmihsem.gov.mp/

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Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
Citizen Corps Council

CNMI Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management
1313 Anatahan Dr.
Caller Box 10007
Saipan, MP 96950
(670) 664-2216
http://www.cnmihsem.gov.mp/citcorps