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Angara region prepares for forest fires and floods

Angara region prepares for forest fires and floods
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In the Irkutsk region, they are preparing for the fire hazard season and possible floods. This year, to combat the elements, it is planned to include aviation of the Ministry of Emergencies in the reserve of the region. The head of the department, Yevgeny Zinchev, who arrived in the region on a working visit, instructed the municipalities to carry out preventive measures and ensure fire safety in settlements.

During the meeting, the minister said that in the spring the region will receive the necessary equipment for space monitoring. This will provide detailed information on the detailed development of the situation for taking the necessary measures in case of emergency.

According to the press service of the Russian Emergencies Ministry, in settlements prone to flooding, temporary accommodation centers for the population will be prepared in advance, stockpiles of medicines and everything necessary for life support will be formed. An explosive reserve has been pledged, explosives are being trained. In addition, eight operational teams were planned on duty to constantly monitor the flood situation.

Last year, two flood waves hit the region. More than 20 people died, turned out to be flooded 11 Thousands of Houses, total damage exceeded 29 billion rubles. During a fire hazard in the area happened more than a thousand fires.