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Due to the flood in the Khabarovsk Territory, an emergency regime was announced

Due to the flood in the Khabarovsk Territory, an emergency regime was announced
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In the Nikolaevsky district of the Khabarovsk Territory, an off-site meeting of the commission on emergency situations will take place, the head of the region, Mikhail Degtyarev, and members of the government will come to the place. However, today the acting governor announced the introduction of an emergency regime in the area.

Mikhail Degtyarev published information about this in his Telegram channel... On the spot, he plans to inspect temporary accommodation centers, flooded areas, talk with people, and work to minimize damage. In addition to Nikolaevsk-on-Amur, members of the government will visit the villages of Mago, Chnyrrakh and others, where several dozen household plots were also flooded.

As noted by the deputy chairman of the regional government for the fuel and energy complex and housing and communal services, the worst forecast of hydrologists is now justified. The road from the village of Chnyrrakh to Ozerpakh was also blurred: it was flooded for half a kilometer to a depth of about 50 cm.

On the spot a group of rescuers, additional forces flew out from the edge center. Temporary accommodation centers have been organized in the settlements, but so far they are empty. At Nikolaevsk-on-Amur, it is expected that the mark of the dangerous phenomenon will be exceeded by 30 cm, and at the village of Takhta, the water level has already exceeded the mark of the dangerous phenomenon by 1,3 meters.

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