WEMO ERT Set 2 Photographs: March 2011

A collection of photographs taken by the Wellington Emergency Management Office (WEMO) Emergency Response Team in March 2011. The photographs are part of set two of WEMO's USAR photographs.

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Collection
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Contains 180 items


WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 121
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 121
A photograph of several earthquake-damaged and partially-demolished buildings on Manchester Street near the intersection of Lichfield Street. To the right two emergency management personnel are taking photographs from the intersection. On the other side of the intersection there are several chairs, tables, and a couch under a red umbrella. Another member of an emergency management team is sitting on the couch.
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 122
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 122
A photograph of the intersection of Lichfield, Manchester, and High Streets, taken from the corner of Lichfield and High Streets. Emergency management personnel are crossing the intersection. To the right an excavator is parked on Manchester Street in front of the rubble from a demolished building. In the background the ANZ Building has been partially demolished and an excavator is sitting in front. To the right of the excavator there are several chairs, tables, and a couch under a red umbrella. Another member of an emergency management team is sitting on the couch.
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 123
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 123
A photograph of several earthquake-damaged buildings on Lichfield Street. A section of the top storey of the building in the middle has collapsed. USAR codes have been spray-painted on the front door, columns, and windows of all of the buildings. A red sticker has also been stuck to the door of the closest building, indicating that it is unsafe to enter.
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 124
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 124
A photograph of the earthquake damage to a building on Lichfield Street. Masonry from the top section of the building has broken away and spilled onto the footpath below. A red sticker has been placed on the door, indicating that the building is unsafe to enter. USAR codes have been spray-painted on the column and window to the right.
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 125
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 125
A photograph of the rubble from and earthquake-damaged building on Cashel Street. The rubble has landed in a seating area and is piled near the tables and chairs.
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 126
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 126
A photograph looking east down Cashel Street towards the intersection of Colombo Street. A section of one of the buildings on the left has collapsed and the rubble has spilled onto the street. A van has been crushed by the fallen rubble. The message, 'clear', has been spray-painted on the windscreen of the van. In the foreground signs from several shops are still on the street. There is also earthquake damage to the building on the right. Sections of this building's facade have crumbled and the bricks have spilled onto the street below, damaging the awning.
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 127
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 127
A photograph looking east up Cashel Street towards Colombo Street. Rubble from earthquake-damaged buildings is piled on both sides of the street. A van has been crushed by the rubble on the left side of the street.
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 128
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 128
A photograph looking west down Cashel Street towards the Bridge of Remembrance. Rubble from earthquake-damaged buildings is piled on the road in the distance. Wire fencing has been placed in front of a seating area to the left and around a building in the distance.
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 129
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 129
A photograph of a member of an emergency management team walking down Cashel Street. In the background is a crushed van, piles of rubble from earthquake-damaged buildings, and partially-collapsed scaffolding. Wire fences have been placed in front of the buildings as cordons.
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 130
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 130
A photograph of the earthquake-damage to St Paul's-Trinity-Pacific Church on Cashel Street. A large section of the left side of the building has collapsed and the rubble has scattered onto the footpath and street below. Scaffolding constructed up the left side has also collapsed. USAR codes have been spray-painted on the wall in front of the building.
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 131
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 131
A photograph of an excavator demolishing the Country Theme Store building on the corner of St Asaph and Manchester Streets. Road cones have been placed along St Asaph Street as a cordon.
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 132
WEMO ERT Set 1 - March 2011 - Photograph 132
A photograph of the earthquake damage to the Oxford Terrace Baptist Church. The middle section of the church has collapsed and the roof is now resting on a pile of bricks and other rubble. The front and back walls of the church are still standing.