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Churapchintsy save the village from flooding

Churapchintsy save the village from flooding

Nearly six hundred Churapchins went to subbotniks to save ten villages from flooding. Back on July 11, not all residents believed that a breakthrough at the Sire Hollogos reservoir was serious. Many openly skimped on warnings from the Emergencies Ministry and local administrations. But the flooding of Ozhulun shook everyone. 

Today, July 14, almost 600 Churapchins voluntarily went to strengthen the dam near the village of Khatyly. All enterprises and institutions sent part of their employees to the cleanup. The meals were organized by the "Churapcha" SHPK. This dam is critical. If it does not break through, the ten villages downstream of the Tattas will be safe. Of course, no one says that everyone will be saved from flooding. But the bill will go to a few, a maximum of a couple of dozen houses, but not to more than a hundred, as happened in Ozhulun. Therefore, all forces are concentrated on the Khatyly dam - from the road workers and the Ministry of Emergency Situations to hundreds of volunteers. 

People work together, joking a lot, laughing. In general, people’s mood is not at all pessimistic. Although the situation is quite serious. The dam hastily build up, strengthen weaknesses. The peak of rising water levels are expected today. Then, according to forecasts, the water will stand for a couple of days and slowly, little by little, the level will begin to decline. But people believe that everything will be fine. And I also really want their hopes and labors to come true.

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