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800 Houses Flooded in the Rostov Region
25.09.2014 17:44
800 Houses Flooded in the Rostov Region

Nearly 800 houses have been waterlogged in the Rostov Region.

      It has been raining and thunder-storming with near gales in the Rostov Region already for a day and night non-stop, the Ministry of Emergency Situations reports.

      Rescuers, firefighters and other experts are working at the sites. Partial power cut off has taken place in some areas thus affecting around 300 thousand people. Several dozens of the local dwellers have been injured and one person has perished.

      According to the mayor of Rostov-on-Don, the emergency regime has been introduced in the city.

       




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Rostov Region Floods Natural Disasters   

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