In Tajikistan, as a result of dozens of homes destroyed by the elements. Photo


13.06.11.CA-NEWS (TJ) — One person was killed and dozens of homes destroyed in the disaster that struck last vyhodnye.12 Tajikistan in June as a result of heavy rains triggered mud flows in different regions of the country.

According to the Committee of Emergency Situations and Civil Defence of Tajikistan in Rasht district (180 km east of Dushanbe) as a result of landslide killed 44-year-old policeman Sayhodzha Tolibov.V Sughd region (north of the country) destroyed about 150 homes, 40 of which can not be recovery.

In the Java district of Khatlon region strong winds and heavy rains have caused significant damage to infrastructure, partially destroyed 80 residential domov.Po to local media, in the city of Kulob strong gust of wind tore off the roof of the palace wedding. In Darvaz district winds brought down a tree in the house, there were no injuries.

In some regions of the country destroyed road infrastructure, damaged seed polyam.V regions affected by the revelry of elements working committee for emergency situations, which count the damage element.


Source:  CA-NEWS (TJ)


In the area of Leilek mudslide hit homes, daycare and bridge (photo)

13.06.11.V Leilek Batken region of Kyrgyzstan on June 12 at about 18-19 hours was rural, said "I am a reporter," resident Isfana Ulan.

Mudflow descended Chimgen village, 4 km from the city Isfana was the most destructive — it suffered from a few dozen houses, the village clinic, daycare center and a bridge connecting with Isfana Kulundu.

"Suffer at home, all the pavilions, located in the center of the village, claimed mudslide. The bridge is also partially destroyed. Because of this, on both sides of the bridge formed a five-kilometer-long traffic jam. By 12 o'clock today, began to restore the movement "- says an eyewitness.

According to him, agriculture also took dozens of cattle, trucks and cars. Mud flooded gardens of local residents. "According to witnesses, one man was rescued and taken to TSTB" — said a resident Isfana.

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