In Russia and Kazakhstan, evacuation continues due to floods

In the Tyumen region, in a number of settlements of the Otorovsky district, the evacuation of residents was announced due to the flood. This was reported by the Telegram channel of the regional government.

According to the report, the planned evacuation begins on April 15. The corresponding decision was made following a meeting of the district commission for the prevention and liquidation of emergency situations and ensuring fire safety.

On April 8, an emergency regime was introduced in the Tyumen region due to the threat of a flood and spill rivers.

On April 11, the regional authorities did not exclude the breakthrough of the large settlements of dams due to the flood. According to forecasts, in the Tyumen region the flood situation will be complicated by April 20, the peak of flooding is expected on April 23-25.

residents of the settlements of Menchikovo and Kropanka in the Ketovsky municipal district of the Kurgan region were also called to evacuate due to the flood. This was reported in the Telegram channel of the district.

As specified in the press service of the Government of the Kurgan region, the growth of water levels in the area of ​​the settlements of Ketovo, Lapteva, Kryukovo, Sanatornaya, Temlyakovo, Menshchikovo continues. So, in the Ketovo area, 30 cm of water arrived in two hours, Menshchikovo – 22 cm, sanatorium – 20 cm.

In Kazakhstan, more than 111 thousand people from a number of settlements were evacuated in connection with the Pawnka situation. This was announced at a briefing by the senior officer of the Committee on Civil Defense and the military units of the Ministry of Emergencies of Kazakhstan, Erasil Sypash.

Currently, 5,411 private residential buildings, 1,607 court territories and 2,035 country houses are flooded. It was possible to take water from 3,503 residential buildings and 2,157 courtyards. 82 settlements are left without transport communication.

Due to the emergency regimes that began in March, the local situation is preserved in eight regions of Kazakhstan. In emergency rescue operations, more than 33 thousand people, 4 thousand units of equipment and 17 aircraft are involved.