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The authorities in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky are doing away with aftermaths of a powerful cyclone that swooped down on the city early in December
The authorities in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky are doing away with aftermaths of a powerful cyclone that swooped down on the city early in December. Power supplies were restored to all private and apartment houses, Tass learnt at the Far Eastern regional center of the Russian Ministry for Emergencies. Power supplies were disrupted to 303 apartment houses, while 26 houses were left without central heating on December 1-4 as a result of gale winds whose velocity reached 38 meters per second. The cyclone damaged eight medical establishments, roofing of 28 houses, ten schools and 11 kindergartens. Winds tore down power transmission lines and toppled pylons. According to preliminary estimates of the townhall, the damage from these elements of nature totaled 57 million roubles. The city authorities glazed windows at schools and apartments and completed repairs of roofing at educational establishments and kindergartens. But the roofing on 15 houses remains still damaged. The Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky city administration told reporters that it would take around six months to undo fully damages, wrought by the storm.
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