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The fire hazard season began in the Amur region

The fire hazard season began in the Amur region
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Fire hazard season will be introduced on the territories of the Arkharinsky, Bureysky, Zavitinsky and Romnensky districts in the Amur Region from March 30. In two areas, a second fire hazard class has already been installed.

According to the press service of the regional government, an increase in wind force is expected in the Amur region on March 25, so preventive burning out will be suspended in the regions. Holding them during the period of winds can be dangerous, since snow has already melted in many territories.

Now the settlements of the Amur region are ready for the fire hazard period by 76,8%. In municipalities, they renewed 2 646,5 km of fire strips around settlements, mowed grass on 7 449 sites on an area of ​​4 251,1 ha, conducted 574 preventive annealing, and eliminated 216 unauthorized landfills and 130 orphaned buildings.

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