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In Khabarovsk Territory, Flood Threatens to Flood Regional Road - EastRussia | Far East






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In Khabarovsk Territory, Flood Threatens to Flood a Regional Road

In Khabarovsk Territory, Flood Threatens to Flood a Regional Road

The flood threatens to flood the regional road to the village of Ozerpakh in the Nikolaev district. The route runs along the Amur coast, so local authorities have no doubt that it will flood, and are already preparing to calculate the damage. Evaluation commissions were created even before the arrival of large water.

According to the press service of the government of the Khabarovsk Territory, in the Nikolaev district they are preparing to meet the elements in advance. After the flood in 2013, there were three dams in the city limits, they have already been increased to the predicted marks. Also, the equipment for pumping water was brought into working condition.

So far, water has only entered the village of Mago. Over the past day, 41 house and the same number of personal plots were flooded with water. Now the river level is 254 cm, but it can rise by almost a meter - up to 350 cm.

The main flood wave now passes Ulchi district. There, in 18 villages, 70 household plots, 118 land plots and 20 highway plots were already flooded. In two or three days the wave crest will approach Nikolaevsk-on-Amur.

In total in the region after passing cyclones and rain flood flooded residential xnumx homes in 61 village, 528 household plots and near 1 800 cottages. In the region continues to operate Emergency modehowever already river traffic resumed with China. Also from 14 September are celebrated suburban river transport. This became possible after a decrease in the level of Cupid. Now the water level is steadily declining. According to experts, the Amur will reach long-term average values ​​and will return to the channel by the first decade of October.