Two bridges are flooded in the Ryazan region

The water receded from the four previously flooded bridges in the Ryazan region, in the area of flooding remain two nizkovodnyh bridge, said Tuesday's press service GUMCHS the Ryazan region.

As of 17 April in the area were flooded six bridges — in the Ryazhsky, Starozhilovo, Shilovsky, Michael and Korablinsky areas.

"Currently in the region remain flooded two nizkovodnyh bridge Starozhilovo and Shilovskikh areas recast part of the road near the settlement Shumash to settlements Oka and scabbed Ryazan region. Organized detours and boat ferry, boat runs," — said in a statement.

GUMCHS the region said that the flood situation in some flooded areas have stabilized, the rise of water is low.

There was a slight rise in the Eye, where the water level in the city of Ryazan, 566 centimeters (eight inches plus per day), in Kasimov — 628 centimeters (20 inches plus). The water level in the river near the village Prone Bykovo is 315 centimeters (20 inches plus one day). The biggest rise was observed in the flood waters near the village Elatma (plus 45), where the water level is 578 centimeters from zero.

The area flooded village Kadom the water level did not increase Moksha. According to preliminary estimates, is expected soon drop of water, but all of the services continue to operate in emergency mode. In the recovery operation involved 495 people and 61 vehicles.

As a result of rising water in the river Moksha zone of flooding in the urban settlement Kadom were 1.148 thousand houses with a population of 3.545 thousand. Currently evacuated 319 people, of which 19 are located in temporary accommodation, there are 300 people with relatives. Most residents refused to evacuate. Water, gas and heat supply of the village is not broken.

"More than 350 people almost two days stacked sandbags, concrete slabs and sand along the banks of the river, not to miss the water nepodtoplennuyu part of the settlement. During this time been strengthened over five kilometers shore … people worked voluntarily to save their homes and homes of their loved ones, "- the report says.

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