On Sunday 11th April 2021, the tropical cyclone “Seroja” battered Australia’s west coast destroying homes and leaving thousands without electricity.
The category 3 storm, with gusts of up to 170km/h (105mph), made landfall near the town of Kalbarri, a coastal town in Western Australia.
The storm was later downgraded to a tropical low, though strong winds continue to move south-east.
Emergency services said about 70% of structures in Kalbarri, which is home to about 1,500 people, were damaged by the cyclone, in addition to fallen trees and downed power lines.
vrs ANA, Australian Network Adjusters Pty Ltd, was formed in Oct. 2000 in response to market demands for the service benefits offered by independent loss adjusting companies, but with a national management structure with uniform reporting and service standards. Currently ANA has 7 offices and 35 network partners, located across Australia, offering both general and specialist adjusting services.
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