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Re-examination of flooded houses began in Angara

Re-examination of flooded houses began in Angara
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In the Irkutsk region, special commissions began to examine houses that fell into the flood zone, but were not recognized as emergency. For new examinations, 240 applications were received from five municipalities. They plan to complete them by the end of March 2020. 

In two villages of the Tulun region, more than 90 houses are to be examined. It is reported RIA News. A large number of applications came from Nizhneudinsk, 16 - from apartment buildings, 77 - from private. The commission is expected in the Taishet, Chunsky and Ziminsky areas. 

Emergency recognized more than seven thousand homes. Some of the buildings suffered as a result of a significant rise in groundwater, their condition will also be re-evaluated, and if recognized as unsuitable for living, they will be resettled. 

In the summer of 2019, two flood waves hit the Irkutsk region. As a result, 26 people died, 11 thousand houses were in the flood zone. After the initial work of the commissions, not all residents agreed with the decision of the specialists. It was decided to examine the housing stock again.
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