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Amur in the Khabarovsk Territory set a second historic maximum

Amur in the Khabarovsk Territory set a second historic maximum
Photo: khabkrai.ru

This summer, the maximum marks of Amur at Khabarovsk were 644 cm, at Komsomolsk - 829 see. As stated at a meeting with the president, the governor of the Khabarovsk Territory Sergei Furgal, this is the second historical maximum in the history of observations. During the massive flood in 2013, the marks reached 808 and 912 cm.

Now 93 settlements, 670 residential buildings, 1 763 household plots, 2 202 cottages, 21,8 hectares of farmland, 118 road sections with a total length of 30 km remain flooded in the region. Water entered the school of the village of Belgo. Now 40 children study remotely at home.

The flood ridge is shifted below Komsomolsk-on-Amur. Levels of the hazard category above remain on the Lower Amur, an additional rise of 60 is expected. Now a slight decline is observed in the Khabarovsk and Komsomolsk-on-Amur regions - water decreases by about two to five cm per day.