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Damage from floods in the Angara region amounted to 29 billion rubles

Damage from floods in the Angara region amounted to 29 billion rubles
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Material damage from the flood in the Irkutsk region, according to preliminary data, amounted to 29 billion rubles. This was announced at a meeting with the President by the Governor Sergey Levchenko.

According to him, restoration work began in the affected settlements from which the water had gone. Evaluation commissions also work there. According to the press service of the regional government, 9 135 of 3 489 (36%) flooded houses cannot be restored from 5, 826 64 houses (XNUMX%) can be repaired. Now experts are inspecting apartments that have suffered from high water. After a complete drop in water and an assessment of the condition of the affected objects, the final amount of damage will be known.

By decision of the president in the region announced federal emergency mode. Under Vladimir Putin’s decree, the Irkutsk Region will receive money from the federal budget for the overhaul of damaged housing and for the purchase of a new one, as well as for compensation to agricultural producers.

Now in the Irkutsk region more flooded 3 400 houses in the 31 village remain flooded. 1 400 people suffered from high water, 20 people died, 15 went missing. 15 temporary accommodation centers are 730 people.

On the eve of the Angara began sharp rise of water in the river Uda. Two settlements in the Taishet area — Polinchet village and Kondratyevo village — were in the flood zone at once.

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