In the Stavropol region has decreased the number of flooded homes

© RIA Novosti / Denis Abramovici in fotoracconti resident of the village of Sochi, inundated as a result of strong uplift of water in the river KumaIn the Stavropol region has decreased the number of flooded homes© RIA Novosti / Denis Abramovica the image Bank

The number of homes flooded by the flood in the Stavropol territory, was reduced by more than 200, reported RIA Novosti on Saturday, the press service of EMERCOM of Russia.

«In nine municipalities remain flooded 1559 houses is 230 less compared to this morning,» — said the Agency interlocutor. For security purposes evacuated more than 2,300 people, including over 1,000 children. Two hundred fifteen people are in temporary accommodation where they provide everything you need — three hot meals a day, personal care, psychological, medical and informational support.

Today to Mineralnye Vody from Moscow arrived 200 senior students of the Academy of civil protection and of the Academy of state fire service. «All of them are certified lifeguards and have hands-on experience in liquidation of consequences of flooding and rendering assistance to the victims. Last year they worked in the area of flooding in the Primorsky territory», — said in the MOE.

Only in the aftermath of the flood involved more than 3,500 people and more than 600 units, including 100 boats.

In neighboring Stavropol Krai Adygea flood situation also stabiliziruemost. Flooded houses in the region remained, until the water be only 50 yards. «There has been a steady drop in water level,» — said in the MOE.

© RIA Novosti / Denis Abramovici in photobacteria residents in the village of Sochi, podtoplentsam the result of a strong rise of water in the river KumaIn the Stavropol region has decreased the number of flooded homes© RIA Novosti / Denis Abramovici in photobacteria residents in the village of Sochi, podtoplentsam the result of a strong rise of water in the river Kuma

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