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Emergency mode introduced due to floods in Khabarovsk

Emergency mode introduced due to floods in Khabarovsk
Photo: khabarovskadm.ru

An emergency regime was introduced in Khabarovsk due to the passage of a flood on the Amur. Heavy rainfall raised the water level in other rivers in the city.

According to the press service of the Khabarovsk administration, the decree on the introduction of emergency situations was signed today by the mayor Sergey Kravchuk. The city is constantly monitoring the flood situation. Rescuers, emergency teams of power engineers and utilities are switching to a round-the-clock, enhanced mode of operation.

In the area of ​​the arena "Erofei" today began to install powerful pumps, which, in the event of flooding, will pump out wastewater from the Khabarovsk storm sewer. The equipment will start working after the Amur level reaches a dangerous level. For the last day Amur's level remains stable, the situation may worsen due to the coming cyclone. 

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