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Sharks Near Banks: the First Warning
22.05.2013 00:36
Sharks Near Banks: the First Warning
(Source: http://bashkortostan.er.ru)

Sharks can attack inhabitants of Primorye again. City government of Vladivostok recommends people not to bathe near offshore islands: in the waters of islands Russian, Popov, Reineke, Ricord and others. This is due to the fact that new attacks of sharks on people are possible in the forthcoming summer. There are no beaches certified by doctors and specialists of Ministry of the Russian Federation for Civil Defense. At the same time, there were held inspections of some beaches, and bathing is permitted there.

      Beach season will be opened on the 15-th of June officially. In case of detection of sharks,

      Civil defense emergency preparedness agency assigned to the city government must warn guests and evacuate people from the water area.

      

       


Sources: http://strana.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Primorye Vladivostok    

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