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Emergency mode after freezing rain introduced in three more districts of Primorye

Emergency mode after freezing rain introduced in three more districts of Primorye
Photo: primorsky.ru

The regime of emergency situations of a municipal nature after freezing rain in Primorye was introduced in three districts - Mikhailovsky, Nadezhdinsky and Yakovlevsky. Also, the regime continues to operate in Vladivostok and Artyom and throughout the region.

Because of the freezing rain, 67 socially significant objects, more than 180 people in 900 settlements, were left without electricity. Until now, almost 73 thousand people have no light. The restoration work is still ongoing.

In Artem, Vladivostok, Fokino and Khasansky district, 44 boiler houses in seven settlements were de-energized. More than 48 thousand people were left without heat, and over 221 thousand in Vladivostok and Artem were left without water.

According to preliminary estimates, the damage from the disaster amounted to 266 million rubles, the greatest damage was inflicted on energy facilities - over 250 million rubles. At the same time, the amount continues to grow.

To eliminate the consequences of bad weather in Primorye, more than 2 specialists and 100 units of equipment, including the Ministry of Emergency Situations and the Ministry of Defense, were attracted. Backup power supplies were delivered from the Khabarovsk Territory, the Jewish Autonomy and the Amur Region. Brigades of power engineers arrived from these regions and Sakhalin.

Earlier, the head of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, Alexei Chekunkov, said that the damage caused by the cyclone in Primorye unprecedented... Damage in the Kremlin due to bad weather called colossal... Primorsky Krai will receive from the federal budget almost 700 million rubles to eliminate the consequences of freezing rain.

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