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Cyclone helped put out forest fires in the Amur region
In the Amur region fire situation has stabilized. A powerful cyclone with heavy rain helped to extinguish all fires in the region.
According to the First Deputy Minister of Forestry and Fire Safety of the Amur Region, Aleksei Sevostyanov, the state of emergency was canceled in the forests. As rainfall in the region continues, local authorities plan to remove more special fire protection in most areas in the near future. An exception will be Zeya, Magdagachinsky, Skovorodinsky, Tyndinsky and Selemdzhinsky districts.
According to the press service of the regional government, the cyclone brought not only a positive effect - the squally wind tore the canopies on the ceilings of the roofs that were being repaired. As a result, 16 houses rains flooded apartments on the upper floors.