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Zeya flood displaced beyond the Amur Region

Zeya flood displaced beyond the Amur Region
Photo: 28.mchs.gov.ru

The crest of the Zeya flood went beyond the Amur Region. On the Amur River from Ignashino to Jalinda, a slight rise in water levels by two to three cm per day remains, and a steady decline is observed downstream in the Chernyaevo - Innokentyevka section.

According to the press service of the regional department of the Ministry of Emergency Situations, in the Amur region, water remains on the floodplain near the villages of Konstantinovka and Innokentyevka. According to the forecast of the Amur CGMS, there will be no significant changes on August 8-9 on the Dzhalinda-Sergeevka section, and the decline will continue on the Chernyaevo-Innokentyevka section.

The level of the Tom River in the Belogorsk region exceeds the mark of a dangerous phenomenon, the floodplain of the river is flooded to a depth of 0,8-1,1 meters. In the Belogorsk region, water can rise in Tomi by 0,1 meters.

In the Selemdzh river basin, a slight increase in water level is observed, in the lower reaches of the river near the village of Bogoslovka - water drops by 34 cm per day. In the coming days on Zeya and Selemdzh significant changes are not predicted, fluctuations in water levels up to 0,3 meter are possible.