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A large forest fire is extinguished in a reserve in the Khabarovsk Territory

A large forest fire is extinguished in a reserve in the Khabarovsk Territory
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Fire in the Botchinsky reserve is extinguished by forest fire services in the Khabarovsk Territory. The spread of fire is more than 5,5 thousand hectares.

According to the press service of the Aviation Protection Agency, over the past day 35 forest fires on an area of ​​3,8 hectares have been eliminated in Russia. At the same time, air guard personnel continue to extinguish 11 fires.

Extinguishing five major fires continues in the Far East. All of them are in the Khabarovsk Territory. The area of ​​fire exceeded 5,5 thousand hectares. Two of them are located on the lands of the Botchinsky Reserve.

According to information "Interfax", The fire arose after a thunderstorm. Old "burners" caught fire - plots, forest fires were already there. Because of thunderstorms, powerful fires occur here every five to ten years. The problem with working with fire in this territory is the remoteness and inaccessibility of these places. Moreover, such areas are heavily littered with dry grass and wood.
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