An emergency regime was introduced in a Russian city due to bad weather

In the capital of the Jewish Autonomous Region, Birobidzhan, an emergency regime was introduced due to heavy snowfalls due to heavy snowfalls in the city. This was reported by the press service of the mayor's office in the Instagram account.

The mayor of the city, Alexander Golovaty, explained that the decision was made following a meeting attended by the heads of management companies, utilities, carriers and representatives of housing and communal services.

“According to forecasters, it will snow again tonight, people and equipment will continue cleaning highways. Tomorrow, on November 24, the buses will not work in the morning, “the message says.

In addition, on November 24, classes in schools will be suspended, but kindergartens, institutions of additional education and sports clubs will continue to work as usual .

Earlier, in another Russian city – Khabarovsk – a high alert mode was introduced due to snowfall and strong winds. The mayor's office noted that 56 units of equipment and 50 workers will be involved in clearing the tracks and sprinkling with deicing agents.



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