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Damage to the roads of the Angara region from floods exceeded 800 million - EastRussia | Far East






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Damage to the roads of the Angara region from floods exceeded 800 million

Damage to the roads of the Angara region from floods exceeded 800 million
Photo: press service PKU Uprdor "Baikal"

According to preliminary calculations, the flood caused about 800 million rubles damage to the roads of the Irkutsk region. There were more flooded 34 sections of tracks, over a length of 240 km. Blurred 35 pipes, damaged 16 bridges, ten of which are completely destroyed.

Now eight bridges and bridges for the restoration of bridges and pipes are ready for work, additional equipment from other areas has been brought in. The restoration of the driveways will begin after the water level has dropped. In the area of ​​flooding is now one section of the federal highway. Since 28 June there is a traffic restriction for all types of transport. However, the water recedes, from six kilometers of the carriageway now they remove the wreckage of houses and other buildings.

According to the press service of the regional government, the road workers work in the Cheremkhovsky, Taishet and Tulun districts. To restore the tracks attracted 60 units of equipment. Officially, in the direction of Irkutsk, the movement remains closed.

Due to rain floods in Priangarya, five areas were flooded, more than 30 settlements were affected, more than one thousand people were evacuated. A number of instructions to stabilize the situation and eliminate the consequences of a natural disaster were given by President Vladimir Putin. To help the victims attracted military42 item is deployed in the region temporary accommodation.