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Evacuation of residents due to the flood continues in the village in Kamchatka

Evacuation of residents due to the flood continues in the village in Kamchatka
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About half of the inhabitants were evacuated from the village of Paren in the Kamchatka Territory. Several people refused to leave home.

As the head of the region Vladimir Solodov said in his telegram channel, the flood situation in the Penzhinsky district is becoming more complicated. Over the past day, 17 people have been removed from the village of Paren. Another 23 residents refused to leave their homes - two EMERCOM employees remained with them.

 They began to take people out of the flood zone on June 4, the Penzhinsky district administration said. Due to the large snow reserves experts predicted a threat of floodingwithin a few days. Some of the residents were evacuated to the village of Manila. In the local school building, a temporary accommodation center has been deployed, where eight children and five adults are located.
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