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A special fire regime was introduced in Khabarovsk

A special fire regime was introduced in Khabarovsk
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In Khabarovsk, due to warm weather, an increase in fires is noted. The main cause of fires is agricultural fires. For this reason, the city authorities decided to introduce a special fire regime.

According to the press service of the Khabarovsk administration, firefighters had to extinguish one of the largest dry grass bollards at the weekend. The fire spread in a garden partnership in the village of Gorky on an area of ​​three thousand hectares. Since the beginning of April, 90 such fires have been recorded. There were no injuries, the property of the city and citizens were not injured.

The introduction of a special fire-prevention regime makes it possible to fine violators who, despite bans, continue flammable work, burn dry grass or make bonfires. The most effective measure against the spread of fire is mowing dead wood, therefore, relevant organizations will mow dry grass in the near future, at the sites of organizations and citizens, land users will conduct such work.

Earlier in the Khabarovsk Territory a special fire regime introduced in Amur, Bikinsky, Verkhnebureinsky, Vyazemsky, named after Lazo, Nanai, Solnechny, Khabarovsk regions. 

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