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Earthquake Update 14 June 2011

By Liam O'Boyle

Yesterday’s twin aftershocks have again caused further damage to infrastructure, buildings and some personal injury.

At McPherson Property Management we reactivated our disaster management system. As communications returned late yesterday we received some reports of damage but certainly not the levels of September and February events. Any serious damage your property manager would have or will soon be in direct contact with you.

Our systems and processes around disaster management are now well practiced and refined. We will keep you updated immediately we have any reports of property damage.

The psychological cost is mounting for some but a strong Cantabrian resilience is still prevailing  

Kind Regards

McPherson Property Management

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