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Flood eroded a section of the federal highway "Amur" in Transbaikalia

Flood eroded a section of the federal highway "Amur" in Transbaikalia
Photo: press service of the Ministry of Construction, Roads and Transport of the Trans-Baikal Territory

The passage along one of the sections of the federal highway "Amur" Chita - Khabarovsk in Transbaikalia is temporarily closed. Emergency services eliminate road washout.

According to the press service of the Ministry of Construction, Roads and Transport of the Trans-Baikal Territory, the emergency site is located at 193 kilometers of the highway near the village of Bogomyagkovo, Shilkinsky District. It is possible to bypass the section closed for traffic on regional roads, but this path is accessible only for light vehicles.

In addition to the interrupted automobile communication in Transbaikalia, traffic was also disrupted on some regional roads - the access to Nerchinsk from the federal highway Amur was closed, Chernyshevsk-Bukachach in the village of Milgidun destroyed a bridge, the Chernyshevsk-Ikshitsa road - water outlet at the second and third kilometers, at 203 a kilometer of the Moguytui-Sretensk-Olochi road between Nerchinsk and Sretensk, the passage through the bridge is closed.

Floods in Shilkinsky and the Chernyshevsky districts of the Trans-Baikal Territory by Friday morning, about 650 houses were flooded, in addition, flooding was recorded in the Nerchinsky District. Friday morning due to flooding on the Transsibthe railway bridge also collapsed on the Kuenga-Ukurei stretch.
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