One of the most dramatic events of the 2004 Manawatū floods took place on 16 February when a house owned by brothers Bill and Pat Herlihy was washed into the Kiwitea Stream. Five days later, the Herlihy’s leather-bound family bible was found resting against a fence in a flooded paddock, 14 kilometres downstream.
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