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The head EMERCOM of Russia will supervise the liquidation of consequences of flooding on Kuban – Russia news today

The head EMERCOM of Russia will supervise the liquidation of consequences of flooding on Kuban

© Freeze-frame video ochevidnosti in TuapseThe head EMERCOM of Russia will supervise the liquidation of consequences of flooding on Kuban©- Stop-frame video of an eyewitness

The head EMERCOM of Russia Evgeny Senichev flew to Krasnodar Krai to control the aftermath of the flooding, reported the press service of the emergencies Ministry.

According to the report, Senichev held a meeting during which they heard reports about the operational situation in the affected disaster areas, measures for elimination of consequences and restoration of infrastructure. He also noted the importance of the operational solution of questions of restoration of transport communication in the affected areas, including rail.

«The decision of the head of the emergency Department of EMERCOM of Russia began to build groups in the Tuapse district, Sochi. To do this, there will be deployed more than 100 rescuers and over 30 units of equipment of the airmobile group of the Department. For monitoring the progress of elimination of the consequences of the passage of the cyclone in the affected areas crashes the operational group of EMERCOM of Russia headed by the Minister Evgeny Senichevym», — stated in the message.

In connection with the rain on Wednesday in the Tuapse and Apsheron districts, as well as in Sochi has been flooding in the Tuapse district introduced a state of emergency, partly evacuated the population, online services translated into enhanced mode

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