MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
On February 24, a weekly conference call was held under the leadership of the First Deputy Minister of Emergencies of Russia Alexander Chupriyan. Within its framework, it was noted that from February 20, the governing bodies and forces of the department were transferred to an enhanced mode of operation. Security has been ensured during more than 5 thousand celebrations.
The week was characterized by dangerous and unfavorable weather events in 46 regions. More than 2 thousand models of the situation development have been developed and brought to the control bodies by the operational duty shifts.
For preventive purposes, traffic restrictions were imposed on 62 road sections in 14 regions of Russia. The EMERCOM of Russia deployed mobile heating and power stations, towing cars and trucks from snow drifts.
During the selector, it was also noted that an avalanche danger remains in the subjects of the Far Eastern, Siberian, Southern and North Caucasian federal districts. Due to the influence of the warm front on February 25, the probability of freezing rain in the regions of the North-West and Central Federal Districts increases.
EMERCOM of Russia, together with local authorities, continues to work to ensure the safety of movement on ice crossings. Eight ice crossings and two winter roads have been opened over the past week. In total, there are more than 1000 crossings and 140 winter roads in the country.
During the reporting period, more than 4.2 thousand fires were registered, more than 320 of them were eliminated with the involvement of voluntary fire brigades.
Firefighting and rescue divisions, responding to more than 1.6 thousand road accidents, saved more than 1 thousand people. 179 people were rescued by search and rescue and rescue military units. The department’s pyrotechnic divisions found and defused 24 explosive items, including 12 bombs.
Over the past week, there were no accidents with tourists. In total, 120 groups with a total number of over 1.1 thousand people were registered on tourist routes.
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