Deputy Head of the Office of the President Kirill Timoshenko said that as a result of Russian missile attacks on Krivoy Rog, the water level in the Ingulets River changes every hour, there is a threat of flooding.
Source: Tymoshenko on Telegram
Direct speech of the deputy head of the OP: “Regarding the actions and consequences of the rocket bombardment of the hydraulic structures of Krivoy Rog.
At the impact site, a water leak of 100 cubic meters per second is observed. This is a significant amount. And the water level in the Ingulets River changes every hour (probably, Timoshenko meant every hour – ed.). We clearly understand the scale of the tasks facing us to eliminate the consequences of missile strikes.”
Details: Tymoshenko added that the water level on the streets of the city is constantly monitored by special posts.
The private sector is also being monitored, whose houses are located in the Ingulets and Central City districts of the city, where there is a risk of flooding.
The deputy head of the President’s Office added that “the situation is under control,” and all services have been involved to eliminate the threat as soon as possible.
On the evening of September 14, the Russian military launched a missile attack on Krivoy Rog and damaged hydraulic structures, several districts of the city were left without water.
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