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Amur level near Khabarovsk has exceeded the mark of a dangerous phenomenon

Amur level near Khabarovsk has exceeded the mark of a dangerous phenomenon
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Over the past day, Amur exceeded the mark of a dangerous phenomenon of six meters and amounted to 6,02 meters. At Komsomolsk-on-Amur, the level increased by 13 centimeters and amounted to 5,05 meters.

According to the Main Directorate of the Russian Emergencies Ministry for the Khabarovsk Territory, 20 residential buildings, 65 household plots and 1480 summer cottages were flooded in the Khabarovsk Territory. Also, water entered 175 land plots and 37 highways.

Most of all, residential buildings were flooded in the village of Korsakovo-2, Khabarovsk region. Water entered 19 buildings. And the dacha plots were most flooded in the village of Sergeevka - at once 69 allotments were in the flood zone. A road bridge was destroyed in the village of Kukan.

Rescuers continue to be on duty in KORSakovo-2. The groups are also directed to the islands of Bolshoy Ussuriisky, Cable and Dachny. Three groups are on duty to monitor the flood situation and help the population.

Flooding is also observed in the Amur, Nanai and Komsomolsk regions. The floodplains of the Amur rivers from Khabarovsk to the mouth are flooded, the floodplains of the Bureya, Amgun, Tunguska and Kur rivers are flooded to a depth of 0,1-3,5 m.

According to hydrologists' forecasts, the next flood ridge will take place near Khabarovsk on August 19, and near Komsomolsk-on-Amur - on August 24-26. By August 30-31, the wave will reach Nikolaevsk-on-Amur.

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