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The flood threatens to flood the road to the village in the Amur region

The flood threatens to flood the road to the village in the Amur region
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An intense rise in water in the Right Urkan River is observed near the village of Ivanovka, Amur Region. This poses a threat of flooding the route connecting the village with the city of Zeya.

According to the regional department of the Ministry of Emergencies, a group of rescuers advanced in the region. According to the forecast, from June 22 to 25 another rise of water by 0,5 meters is possible, which will reach the mark of adverse events.

There are no threats to residential buildings yet, but the road that leads from Zeya to Ivanovka can be flooded. Rescuers have a communication center based on the ZIL car, an unmanned aerial system for reconnaissance, a watercraft and all the necessary equipment to assist the population in high water conditions.

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