9 victims of the floods municipalities in the South of Primorye entered emergency mode

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The authorities of Primorye introduced a state of emergency in two districts in the southern region, affected by flooding after several cyclones and typhoons, according to the administration of the province.

Earlier due to the Typhoon «Sulik» in Primorye introduced the mode of increased readiness, and in the seven municipalities of the region — state of emergency. More than 550 families already are on the list to receive compensation for the flooding of houses and land and lost crops. In Primorye, the road washed away, washed away several bridges, a number of villages were cut off. Wednesday in the region came Typhoon «Gabi» which brought to the East of Primorye heavy downpours — up to 1.5 of the monthly norm of precipitation.

«In two districts of Primorye by the head of Primorye Andrey Tarasenko introduced a state of emergency regional character. Thus, this regime is now operating in nine municipalities: the Ussuri urban district, Oktyabrsky, Mikhailovsky, Nadezhdinskaya, Chernihiv, Shkotovsky, Yakovlevskaya, Olginsky, Lazovsky areas. In other municipalities there is a regime of high readiness», — stated in the message.

According to the authorities, large areas of the region, with the exception of the North-Eastern regions stabiliziruemost, river levels fall. Remain flooded 14 villages.

Flooded and damaged 32 of roads, 36 bridges and bridge crossings. Trains run in normal mode.

There are no roads to the villages Illuminated and Krasnoyarovka in Yakovlevsky district, villages Furmanovo, Margaritovo and Sailor, Fisherman Olginsky district, with a station Linicheva in the Ussuri urban district, and villages KEMA, Amgu and Bright Terneisky district. Food supplies on the areas.

According to Tarasenko, the preliminary damage from the floods amounted to 70 million rubles.

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