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The water inflow to the Zeya reservoir in the Amur Region may increase from July 27 to 29
The water inflow to the Zeya reservoir in the Amur Region may increase from July 27 to 29, the Russian meteorological service said on Friday. Meteorologists also warn that the outflow from the reservoir will remain high and residential areas near the Zeya River will remain flooded. Rains raised the level of the Zeya's tributary Urkan, and the flooded area in the village of Zarechnoye has increased. A state of emergency has been declared in the Tynda and Zeya districts hit by the flood. The population is informed about the situation. Operational groups of the Emergencies Ministry are stationed in all the areas that may be flooded. Twenty two stations and camps are prepared for evacuees. According to reports as of Friday, 427 residents have been evacuated from the flooded zones.
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