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As of the morning of January 23, the bad weather in Crimea did not cause serious troubles

CrimeaPRESS reports:

Minister of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Crimea Sergey Sadakliev reported that as of 8: 112 in January, no emergencies related to the deterioration of weather conditions in Crimea were recorded.

All socially significant facilities and life support facilities of the Republic are operating normally. On the territory of the Republic of Crimea, the maximum precipitation in the form of snow was registered: Ai-Petri — 9 mm, Angarsky Pass — 7 mm. In the next 2 hours, precipitation is predicted in the eastern regions of the Republic of Crimea up to 2 mm. Angarsky and Grushevsky passes are travel passes , — reported the press service of the Russian Emergencies Ministry in Crimea.

According to the Minister of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Crimea, Sergei Sadakliev, as of 8: one case was recorded related to traffic obstruction on highway. In addition, mass injuries of citizens in the mountains during the rest were recorded.

Detailed weather forecast for cities and towns of Crimea —


    Recall that the Ministry of Emergency Situations has an operational headquarters for constant monitoring of the situation on the peninsula. All rescue equipment is ready to respond to any emergency and act as intended.

    The Ministry of Emergency Situations of Crimea reminds residents and guests of the peninsula that in conditions of low air temperature in winter, it is necessary to strictly observe the rules of the road when driving both in urban conditions and on highways. Motorists need to foresee all possible negative situations and be extremely careful and attentive!

    Crimean rescuers urge all heads of motor transport enterprises to monitor changes in weather conditions and pay special attention to instructing drivers of intercity public transport flights on observing the speed limit and traffic rules in order to prevent road accidents.

    Recall that according to the information of the Crimean Department for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring, during the day 23 January in the southern, central and eastern regions of the Crimea is expected to be very heavy snow, sleet, ice-frost deposits. Black ice. Strengthening of the northeast wind 15-20 m/s.

    The Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Crimea once again reminds residents and guests of the peninsula:

    if possible, refrain from traveling by private transport when the roads are icy;

  • during strong winds it is dangerous to be near or leave vehicles near dilapidated buildings, old dry trees, poorly fortified structures, under billboards and power lines;
  • 15039 it is necessary to keep a distance and not to make overtaking and sharp maneuvers;

    15039pass through intersections as carefully as possible, before turning, be sure to slow down and make sure there are no pedestrians;

in case of bad weather, pay special attention to the safety of children and the elderly, be attentive to others.

If you have become a participant or witness of a tragedy, accident or found yourself in a difficult situation, you should immediately contact the rescue service by phone “23″ or «101».

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