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More than six thousand people are left without electricity in Primorye

More than six thousand people are left without electricity in Primorye

In the Primorsky Territory, more than six thousand people in five municipalities are left without electricity after a freezing rain last week. Additional repair teams will be sent to help the affected areas.

According to the press service of the regional government, now about one thousand people and 300 pieces of equipment are involved in eliminating the consequences of the cyclone. The most difficult situation remains in Vladivostok, where about 4,2 thousand consumers are left without electricity. In Artem, 1,47 thousand people have no electricity, in the Mikhailovsky district - 180 people, in the Chernigov district - 80 people, in the Yakovlevsky district - 199 people.

Heat supply has been fully restored in the region. About 5,2 thousand gas stoves were given to the residents of Primorye, more than 36 thousand cylinders were also distributed to them. In addition, during the organized delivery of water, residents received almost 37 thousand liters of drinking water.

Now all the main forces to eliminate the consequences of emergencies are aimed at restoring power supply. To simplify the work of the brigades, an order was issued to permit the transportation of special equipment by ferry. Such special vehicles will skip the line. 

Earlier, the head of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, Alexei Chekunkov, estimated the damage from the elements in Primorye as unprecedentedand in the Kremlin the damage called colossal... Primorye received from the federal budget almost 700 million rubles to eliminate the consequences of freezing rain.


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