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Head of Amur Region: there are no threats of flooding of settlements from the dam on the Bureya - EastRussia | Far East

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The head of the Amur region: there are no threats of flooding of settlements from the dam on the Bureya

The Governor of the Amur Region, Vasily Orlov, visited the site of a break in the Bureya River in the Khabarovsk Territory. The head of the region stated that there is no threat of flooding of populated areas in the Amur region - the dam of the Bureyskaya HPP will cope with the possible volume of water.

According to the director of the Bureyskaya HPP branch of PJSC RusHydro, Alexander Garkin, the option of using drilling equipment and laying explosives for clearing the dam is now being worked out. According to the press service of the regional government, he appealed to the governor with a request to assist in the search for special equipment. Vasily Orlov instructed to find the necessary equipment.

Due to the difficult situation after the fall of the ground, the state of emergency in Bureysky district Amur region, where this river also flows. The military will have to remove from the place of descent of rock about 90 thous. cubic meters of soil. They have already managed to remove about 80 thousand cubic meters. There have already been four explosions at the site, thanks to which managed to create a duct. Blasting operations are expected to last until February 20. For further explosions, the military laid an elongated charge with a total weight of about 50 tons.