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Cupid near Khabarovsk rose to 606 cm

Cupid near Khabarovsk rose to 606 cm
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A slight rise in water level continues on the Amur River near Khabarovsk. On Friday morning, August 23, he reached the 606 cm mark and remains within the dangerous mark.

Now the floodplain of the river is flooded by three meters. According to the data of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergencies of Russia for the Khabarovsk Territory, within two days the water in the Amur will rise by another 5-10 cm.

In total, in the region, after passing cyclones and rain floods, flooded residential 25 houses in 61 settlement, 528 household plots and about 1 800 cottages. Water is also stored in three sections of inter-settlement roads and 36 sections of roads inside settlements.

In Khabarovsk, in the flood zone, 11 household plots remain, as well as roads along the streets near the coastline. At the same time, water in the rivers will continue to grow - in Transbaikalia, the Amur Region and the PRC, heavy rains took place, which caused floods on small rivers, including along the Ussuri and Sungari flows into the Amur. According to the forecasts of hydrologists, by the end of August, Amur will reach the 630-680 cm mark near the regional capital.

According to weather forecasts, August in the Khabarovsk Territory it will be rainy, for-out powerful typhoons the hydrological situation on the Amur will worsen. A water-filling dam is being mounted on the central embankment in Khabarovsk, which should protect the Lenin Stadium and the yacht club from flooding.