In Primorye, the military continues to rebuild roads after flooding

© RIA Novosti / Vitaly to Incomerate in fotomontaggi in Primorye. Archival photoIn Primorye, the military continues to rebuild roads after flooding© RIA Novosti / Vitaly to Uncovereth the image Bank

Soldiers of the Eastern military district (TSBS) continue to restore damaged in the floods a road in the Primorsky region: imported gravel and pavement, strengthened the shoreline of the river, reported the press service of the military district.

«The area of movement of Lipovtsy — Sergeyevka (53 km) of military personnel for road rehabilitation unpaved roads to the landfill Sergeevskaya imported 2.7 thousand tons of pescaravia, paved 1.4 thousand meters of roadway, to perform the tasks involved dump trucks, the excavator shovel EOW-1 and petepaladin BAHT-2», — told the press service.

In addition, in Ussuriysk for road rehabilitation in the private sector brought 330 tons of pescaravia. In addition, on-site storage facility of the defense Ministry involved 14 units of equipment imported 125 tons of pescaravia, paved 125 meters of the roadway. On the territory of the military town in Barabasi troops reinforce the shoreline of the river Barabashevka, here brought 280 tons of rock.

Last night on 7 August, heavy rains led to massive flooding in Primorye. According to the authorities, the total area of the elements in the region fell 34 localities were flooded more than 2 million homes and 2.4 thousand houses adjoining areas, washed away roads and damaged railroad tracks.

Several towns cut off by floods. In six districts of the region was introduced a state of emergency. At the moment the water goes away, all the rivers returned to the shore a message with the cut-off villages has been restored.

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