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Taking into account the past heavy precipitation, a flood was formed on the Bureya River. July 16, 2021, the water level of the Bureya River near the settlement Ust-Niman was 1078 cm (with a mark of a dangerous phenomenon of 1100 cm). As a result, on the territory of the Verkhnebureinsky district in the village of Urgal, 38 residential houses of the private sector were flooded, in which 46 people live, including 12 children, 48 household plots, 5 sections of intra-village roads and 1 section of a road of regional significance.

As a result of flooding of the regional road Komsomolsk-on-Amur – Berezovy – Amgun – Chegdomyn on the Suluk-Herbit section of the Verkhnebureinsky district, a restriction was introduced on the movement of all types of transport. There is a railway connection in this direction.

As a result of an increase in the water level in the river. Bureya, the work of the ferry crossing from Chegdomyn to Sofiysk was suspended, a wooden bridge across the Urgal River was washed away. Without transport links 2 settlements Sofiysk and Shakhtinsk. There is a stock of foodstuffs, medicines and fuels and lubricants.

For preventive purposes, 30 people were delivered from Ust-Urgal to a temporary accommodation center in Novy Urgal, including 13 children.

For the next day on the territory of the Verkhnebureinsky district, intermittent rains, showers, and thunderstorms are expected in places.

07/15/2021 the administration of the Verkhnebureinsky district in the village of Chegdomyn held a meeting of the Committee for Emergency Situations, at which a decision was made to introduce the regime

emergency situation for the forces of the regional level of the territorial subsystem of the RSChS within the boundaries of the Verkhnebureinsky region. Constant observation of the flood situation has been organized.

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