The water level in the Tobol River in Kurgan rose by 23 centimeters 05:21

The water level in the Tobol River near Kurgan rose by 23 centimeters in four hours. This was reported by the authorities of the Kurgan region. telegram channel.

According to the information given as of April 15 at 6:00 (4:00 Moscow time), the water level in the river is 619 centimeters.

According to the data of April 15 at 02:00 (00:00 Moscow time), it was reported that the water level in the river had increased. amount 596 centimeters. At 22:00 the water level was 585 centimeters.

Flood in Kurgan region on April 14 washed away The bridge now carries water overflowing it into the regional capital, creating the risk of congestion.

Kurgan Governor Vadim Shumkov reportedIt is stated that some residents refused to evacuate from the flooded area.

Before that, residents of the Kurgan region warned About the acceleration of flow in the Tobol River. While 6 more dams were strengthened in the region to control the approaching wave, one dam was built from scratch.

Previously reportedThey are digging the floodplain of the Tobol River in Kurgan.

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Source: Gazeta


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