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Emergency mode due to forest fires introduced in the area in the Irkutsk region

Emergency mode due to forest fires introduced in the area in the Irkutsk region
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A municipal emergency mode was introduced in the Kazachinsko-Lensky district of the Irkutsk region. A special regime began to operate on July 6. There are ten fires with an area of ​​more than 4,8 thousand hectares.

According to the press service of the regional government, the total area of ​​existing fires is 48,3 thousand hectares, including 30,9 thousand hectares burning in the control zone.

In total, five fires in the Slyudyansky, Ekhirit-Bulagatsky, Ziminsky, Bratsky and Tayshetsky districts were eliminated per day. Also, the experts put out 13 previously existing fires in ten regions and on the lands of the FSBI Zapovednoye Pribaikalye. The area covered by the fire amounted to 968,8 hectares.

Extinguishing nine fires with a total area of ​​1248,3 hectares in seven districts is now ongoing. An additional 65 fires were recognized in force in six districts and on the lands of the Preserved Baikal region. Of the total number of recorded fires, six started due to human faults, and 85 fires caused thunderstorms.
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