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Floods are predicted in the Jewish Autonomy

Floods are predicted in the Jewish Autonomy
Photo: press service of the EMERCOM of Russia for the Jewish Autonomous Region

Monitoring of the current flood situation in the Jewish Autonomy has shown that it may soon flood the yards and vegetable gardens in the region. Site owners are encouraged to save their crops in advance.

According to the press service of the Main Directorate of the EMERCOM of Russia in the Jewish Autonomous Region, the past precipitation did not significantly affect the water level in the Amur, however, the situation on small rivers of the region is more complicated. Due to the rains, the levels of Bira, Kirgi and Ikura are expected to rise.

According to the head of the Crisis Management Center of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for the Jewish Autonomous Region, Andrey Shcherbakov, flooding is expected in the coming days in Birobidzhan, Birobidzhan and Obluchensky districts. The water will reach unfavorable marks. Roads of communication lines, power lines, hayfields, fields, vegetable gardens, bridges and settlements will flood, possibly disrupting the operation of public transport.

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