A hurricane wind blew across the southern coast of Crimea
Storm warning confirmed. According to information from the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for the Republic of Crimea, wind gusts of up to 32 m/sec were recorded that night on the southern coast of Crimea (in Yalta, and in Alushta – up to 27 m/sec).
During the passage of a complex of dangerous meteorological phenomena, incidents were registered in the territory of Yalta and Alushta, 8 of which were associated with falling trees. The Crisis Management Center continuously monitors the hydrometeorological situation, and close cooperation is organized with the EDDS of municipalities. An emergency response from operational services is organized for all reports of incidents. The situation is under special control of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for the Republic of Crimeanoted the emergency department.
Yalta authorities clarify: as of 8.30, 217 requests were received through the EDDS line. They mainly concerned fallen trees and structures, lack of electricity (there were about 30 complaints through Krymenergo, mostly private houses).
There are no disruptions to the water supply, gas supply is also carried out as usual, however, there are cases of damage to networks as a result of fallen trees — services are conducting inspections. Storm warnings will remain in effect todaysaid the head of the Yalta administration, Yanina Pavlenko.
Photo: Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for the Republic of Crimea and Y. Pavlenko’s Telegram channel.