In Crimea, five people were injured due to bad weather
In Crimea, five people were injured as a result of bad weather, four of them were hospitalized. This was reported by the press service of the Russian Emergencies Ministry, TASS reports.
The department said that the Russians suffered from the fall of trees and large branches.
A storm warning in the Russian region was announced on November 29 and 30. On Monday, November 29, a hurricane wind in Crimea caused wires to break and trees to fall. About 56 thousand inhabitants of the peninsula in Belogorsk, Bakhchisarai and Simferopol regions were left without electricity.
In addition, the ship “Slavia” sank in Yalta and four ships were thrown off the anchorage. The head of the city administration Yanina Pavlenko said that ten cars were also damaged.
Earlier, the emergency mode due to bad weather was introduced by the authorities of the capital of the Jewish Autonomous Region of Birobidzhan. Forecasters predicted heavy snowfalls in the city. On November 24, classes in schools, kindergartens and institutions of additional education were canceled, and the work of buses was also suspended.