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During the day, the area of ​​fires in Kamchatka increased to 133 thousand hectares

During the day, the area of ​​fires in Kamchatka increased to 133 thousand hectares
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More than 133 thousand hectares of tundra and forests are covered by natural fires in Kamchatka. In the morning of July 16, the territory of ignition did not exceed 114 thousand hectares.

Most of the fires recorded in the Penzhinsky district. According to the press service of the regional government, now the forces are focused on extinguishing a fire, operating five kilometers south-west of Talovka village. There is no threat to the settlement yet - the wind is blowing in the opposite direction from it.

Earlier in the villages of Penzhinsky district announced Emergency mode. In the settlements there is a strong smell of burning.