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In the Khabarovsk region burns reserve "Komsomolsky"
55 hectares of forest in the protected area of the Komsomolsky nature reserve have become victims of a wildfire. About it пишет TASS.
The fire started at the weekend because of a thunderstorm on an area in 29 ha. Currently, two units of equipment, 13 employees of the reserve and representatives of the Federal Aviation Safety Force, are working at the scene.
"According to the morning, the fire area is 55 hectares. The forest is burning, but a low-level fire shouldn't cause much damage," the representative of the Federal Reserve for National Nature Reserves and National Parks of the Khabarovsk Territory "Reserve Amur" quotes the publication.
Earlier, the municipality of Khabarovsk reportlathat on weekends a record number of fires were recorded. 56 fires occurred, according to experts, due to the opening of navigation and the summer season. Also abnormally low water level in Amur made it difficult for the arrival of fire equipment. At this point, a fire regime has been introduced in Khabarovsk: the open fire for burning garbage and grass is prohibited, the city authorities have organized joint raids with the police and the Ministry of Emergency Situations.