Blow a typhoon in the Jewish Autonomous Region expect to night — MES

All the warning system in the Jewish Autonomous Region alerted due to the approach of typhoon "Bolaven" (Bolaven), impact of elements expected on Thursday night, told RIA Novosti on Wednesday, the regional representative of the central board Emergencies Ministry.

The effectiveness of warning systems, as well as the available services was sharply due to flooding on the night of July 7, 2012 in Krymsk, Gelendzhik and Novorosskie and even in some villages of the Krasnodar Territory. Then the element has claimed the lives of about 170 people.

"Alerted the means to alert and forces for disaster management in connection with the passage of Typhoon" — a spokesman said.

According to him, the movement of the typhoon in real time the experts situational information center, his approach is expected on the night of August 30.

According to the Far Eastern Regional Center of Ministry of Emergency Situations, the typhoon "Bolaven" moved into the vast cyclone and now goes to the Khabarovsk region. On Wednesday night, he left without electricity in the three villages of two districts of Primorye nearly 10,000 people, two of them light has been submitted.

According to the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia, in the regions of the Far Eastern Federal District on high alert are now a total of 12.3 thousand people and 3,000 pieces of equipment, including the territory of Primorsky, Khabarovsk, Amur region and the Jewish Autonomous Region — 8.6 thousands of people and 2000 vehicles.

Forces Emergency Response Emergency Situations in the Far East there were 3.6 thousand people and 982 pieces of equipment, including eight aircraft and helicopters.

Typhoon originated in the southern latitudes Pacific, he had already passed south of Japan and beyond the Korean peninsula. On Saturday, the wind speed at the center of disaster reached 70 meters per second, the wave height was up to ten meters. The last time this figure was recorded in 1956.

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