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In the Amur region introduced an emergency mode because of the collapsed viaduct

After the collapse of two viaduct spans on the railroad tracks in the Amur region introduced an emergency mode. According to the region’s governor Vasily Orlov, the authorities will allocate money from the reserve fund to eliminate the consequences of the incident in Svobodny.

According to the head of the Amur region, the overpass was practically the only working link with the part of the city located behind the railway. About ten thousand people live there, in the same area there is a city hospital. The bypass road, which is in a terrible state, is urgently being repaired.

According to the press service of the regional government, there are no passenger trains late, but two trains are on the way. If there is a delay of more than four hours, meals will be arranged for the passengers.

Now experts remove the composition from the fifth path. According to it, they plan to organize the movement of passenger trains. Experts inspect the spans and pull up equipment to disassemble the collapsed structures. Restoration trains from Belogorsk, Shimanovsk and Magdagachi joined the works.

Eliminate the consequences of the incident will help companies that are involved in the construction of the Amur GPP. Contracting organizations will send heavy equipment and personnel to the place of emergency.