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Far Eastern village under water

Far Eastern village under water
I showed in my blog the Far Eastern flood, referring to Khabarovsk and the surrounding area, but this week I visited the village, which was almost completely flooded. Such villages, alas, both in the Amur Region, and in the Jewish Autonomous Region and in the Khabarovsk Territory - decently. We were in Pashkovo, where the customs checkpoint is located - through Amur from the village of China, the city of Jiayin. In this village, in which about seven hundred people live in the usual time, only one street and one half did not give in to water. At the height of the evacuation, there were a hundred people left. 



One of the remaining - Anatoly Vasilyevich Guba, he is in the photo below - posing, sitting on the bow of the boat - against the background of his own house, the first floor of which has seriously sunk under water ... Of course, Anatoly Vasilyevich now lives not in his own house, which he built for 16 years ... He still "lodges" in one of the flooded apartment buildings in the village. He cannot leave because of work - the master of the Pashkovsky section of the regional Oluchinsky power grids, Anatoly Vasilyevich, every day he turns off houses where it is already dangerous to leave the current supplied, then he connects those consumers where it is still or already possible to use electricity ...
Now you can get to the village of Pashkovo only by water. A relatively recently laid beautiful asphalt road simply goes under the water - and only the kilometer marks sticking out above the water hint that there is not a river here yet. There is a pier on the "shore", boats ferry local residents back and forth.
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