The Georgian Rustavi hurricane brought down the wall of school

The Georgian Rustavi hurricane brought down the wall of schoolThe Georgian town of Rustavi, located 10 km from the capital, Tbilisi, a hurricane this afternoon unleashed a wall of the school. According to the press service of the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia, as a result of the incident no one was hurt: the teachers to notice vibrations wall and managed to pull all students out of the building.

According to members of the Department of Education Rustavi City Hall, the wall was built over 20 years ago. "As you can see, it was built poorly that nearly led to tragic results," — the town hall.

Arrived at the scene city officials, rescue services, the police. Rehabilitation of school buildings, the assurances of the local authorities, will begin in the coming hours.

Recall that in addition, because of the hurricane in Georgia about 300 thousand people were left without electricity. As the press service of the Ministry of Energy of Georgia, the greatest damage was caused residents Tshaltubskogo region of Imereti Region in Western Georgia. There are broken lines (PTL), knocked out power facilities. It remained without power 73 thousand families. In Sagarejo and adjacent areas of eastern Georgia element besides breaking power lines also caused damage to a number of buildings — with their roofs ripped off. In addition, the region formed snow drifts, cutting off the district centers and villages of livelihoods.

In addition, Georgia is hit by massive landslides that caused damage in Khulo, Keda and Shuakhevi areas of Adjara. These three areas were cut off from the rest of Adjara, one person was missing.

In particular, in the area of Khulo landslide damaged houses and other buildings, killing a large number of livestock. Without acceptable living conditions were no less than 100 families. A similar situation arose in other areas. Damaged and blocked central motorway leading to the capital of Adjara — Batumi, and several local roads connecting settlements.

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