The rise in the water level in the Amur led to flooding in 22 settlements in the Khabarovsk Territory. This was reported on the website of the regional government on Tuesday.
"The crest of the Amur flood finishes its passage through the territory of the Jewish Autonomous Region. The next point on the way of high water will be the Khabarovsk Territory. Flooding has already been noted in 22 settlements of the region. Since last weekend, flooding has been noted in the residential sector of the village of Korsakovo-2, Khabarovsk District. There water has entered. to the territory of 19 residential buildings, "the message says. This village has the most flooding. Since last week, rescuers have been on duty there around the clock, who provide targeted assistance to local residents. A temporary accommodation center has been opened in the district in the village of Osinovaya Rechka for 20 places. While it remains unclaimed.
There are 154 land plots and 48 household plots, 29 road sections in the flood zone along the entire region. On the insular part of Khabarovsk, 1,486 dachas are flooded. The level of the Amur near Khabarovsk, according to data on Tuesday morning, was 587 cm. Over the next three days, the water will rise to 650 cm, while dangerous phenomena begin at 600 cm. Cupid. The village of Elabuga in the Khabarovsk region has critical marks.
In Khabarovsk, permanent and temporary dams are being strengthened. To protect the Pribrezhny microdistrict, the entrance to the Amur backwater was blocked last weekend. The height of the embankment is capable of withstanding a water level of 7.5 m. Also, six more temporary structures were built on the sections of Bogachev, Aldanskaya, Pribrezhnaya, Vilyuiskaya, Priemnaya and Shtormovaya streets. The dam along the territory of the yacht club on the embankment was raised to a level of 8 m. Pumps were placed at seven most vulnerable points.
In Komsomolsk-on-Amur, the flood peak is expected by August 24-26, most of the preventive measures in the city have been completed. Temporary dams were built up in the city and those under construction were strengthened. Five pumping units have been brought into readiness; if necessary, additional pumps will be delivered there from Khabarovsk.
The Khabarovsk Territory is experiencing the fourth wave of floods, the previous ones passed without serious consequences. 15 points of temporary accommodation have been prepared, six of them for 166 places have already been deployed.