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Emergency mode introduced in two areas of the Angara region due to forest fires

Emergency mode introduced in two areas of the Angara region due to forest fires
Photo: irkobl.ru
In Ust-Kut and Zhigalov districts of the Irkutsk region, an emergency mode was announced due to forest fires. In both cases, major fires occurred during a thunderstorm.

According to the press service of the regional government, in the Ust-Kutsky region, a fire is operating on an area of ​​410 ha. The fire spread as a result of a squally wind. The parachute assault grouping has been increased from 30 to 65 people.

In the Zhigalovsky district, a fire is operating in a remote area on an area of ​​121 hectares. 55 firefighter paratroopers are involved in extinguishing.

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