Assistant Chief EMERCOM in the Transcarpathian region Theodore Philip reported that as of December 9 evening in the Transcarpathian region due to bad weather flooded in 1117 households in eight districts.
According to him, flooding recorded in Vynohradiv, Volovets, Intermountain, Hust, Tyachiv, Irshava, Rakhiv and Mukachevskogo areas. Additionally, flooded 121 hectares of farmland, damaged more than 305 meters of bank protection and 6000 linear meters of road. And also destroyed four reinforced concrete and one wooden bridge.
According to officials, are still without power eight settlements, suspended robot Khust and Intermountain intakes. To eliminate the effects of bad weather brought 1129 people. and 235 pieces of equipment.
According to some media reports, 202 residents have moved out of homes that fall within the flooding, and another one thousand people — are getting ready.
In the centers of Emergency Management reminded that morning in the village Vilhivtsy Tyachiv district, Transcarpathian region podmyta almost a hundred meters of wet strut right bank of the dam on the river. Teresva, making the risk of breaking length of 40-50 meters.
According to Philip, when the dam burst, and the probability is very high, given the weather conditions, it may be flooded 305 households in eight streets of the village. Now, he said, continuing resettlement of these people.
For action in the likely areas of possible flooding of the calculations and alert capabilities MOE. The center of propaganda EMERCOM in the Transcarpathian region also claim that the situation is now controlled by the flood. The population of districts kept informed of the situation and the measures taken by the authorities to normalize the situation.
Recall that yesterday, in the Carpathians from heavy rainfall flooded private homes, bank protection and damaged bridges. According to Assistant Chief of the Ministry of Emergency Situations in the Transcarpathian region Theodore Philip, intense rainfall that fell in the region for several days resulted in flooding of private homes, bank protection and bridge damage.