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Fiji struck by Cyclone Winston

Updated 0749 GMT (1549 HKT) February 22, 2016
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Aerial stills from the New Zealand Defence Force released on Monday, February 22, 2016 show the extensive damage inflicted by Cyclone Winston when it hit Yacata Island, Fiji on Saturday, February 20. Courtesy of New Zealand Defence Force
Officials in Fiji are assessing damage in the wake of the ferocious cyclone that tore through the Pacific island chain. Courtesy of New Zealand Defence Force
The village of Susui on Fiji's third largest island in a photo provided by the New Zealand Defence Force on February 22. New Zealand Defence Force
On Fiji's main island Viti Levu, most of the damage was sustained in the north and western areas, as seen in this image posted by the Fiji government on Facebook. Fiji Government
A child walks past what remains of her home in Sarava, Ba. in an image released by the Fiji government, February 22. Fiji Government
A Ba resident dries his belongings, in an image released by the Fiji government, February 22. Fiji Government
A car drives down a road avoiding two large trees felled by the cyclone. Fiji Government
Road workers remove a fallen tree blocking a road near Lami, Fiji, on Sunday, February 21, after Cyclone Winston ripped through the country. Jonacani Lalakobau/Fiji Times/AP
A man looks through the remains of a home in the town of Ba, Fiji, on February 21, after it was leveled by Tropical Cyclone Winston. NAZIAH ALI/AFP/Getty Images
A school in Ba, Fiji, shows damage from the cyclone on February 21. JAY DAYAL/AFP/Getty Images
A gas station damaged in the cyclone is seen on February 21 in Ba, Fiji. JAY DAYAL/AFP/Getty Images