Tour of central Christchurch red zone

After the February 2011 earthquake, Christchurch’s central city was cordoned off for over 800 days. In this video from August 2012, Brenden Winder of CERA gives Christchurch residents a rare glimpse behind the cordon to see the damage caused, and progress being made, inside the central city red zone.

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