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Emergency mode introduced in the village of Leninskoye Jewish Autonomous Region

Emergency mode introduced in the village of Leninskoye Jewish Autonomous Region
Photo: 79.mchs.gov.ru

After the break of the dam in the village of Leninskoye in the Jewish Autonomous Region, the emergency situation was regional. The special regime has been in effect since September 14.

According to the press service of the JAO government, rescuers are now working at the scene. According to Roman Boyko, Head of the Russian Emergencies Ministry's Main Directorate for the Jewish Autonomous Region, there are enough forces and means to strengthen the dam. In addition to rescuers, employees of the Ministry of Defense also work at the breakout site. They provided people and technology.

From last week because of rains, floods began in the Jewish Autonomous Region. In the region, 186 household plots and 280 summer cottages, five residential buildings remain flooded. In the neighboring village of Nizhneleninskoe, water entered the territory customs and border checkpoint. Only yesterday was evacuated more than 60 people who were placed in a temporary residence center.

 

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