Rescuers Kamchatka moved to high alert

EMERCOM Russia's Kamchatka region and its structures in connection with the passage of the cyclone moved to high alert, reports EMERCOM Russia's Kamchatka region.

Cyclone, coming from Japan, has an impact on Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Yelizovsky, Ust-Bolsheretsky, Sobolewski and south Milkovskiy areas. Here, under the influence of atmospheric vortex are blowing snow and squally wind.

"At the present time, the greatest amount of precipitation recorded in Elizovsky area — 25 mm, and in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky — 26 millimeters," — said in a statement.

Violations of heat and electricity and communication, as well as accidents on socially significant and potentially dangerous objects registered. Airports are operating normally.

Population should be limited travel outside the settlements. Residents of homes in the immediate vicinity of the rivers, should closely monitor the rise of the water, if you want to contact on-call service. Tour groups who are on the routes, and hunters and fishermen advised to wait out bad weather in the settlements.

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