MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
In the period from 14 to 17 December, due to passing cyclones in the territories of the subjects of the Far Eastern and Siberian federal districts of the Russian Federation, rescuers are in constant readiness to respond to possible emergencies due to snowfall, storm winds and blizzards.
Operational groups of rescuers in off-road vehicles patrol the roads. If necessary, they are ready to assist drivers in overcoming ups and downs, pulling cars out of the snow captivity, towing vehicles when they break down.
In addition, shifts are organized at the ambulance stations in order to promptly help doctors in transporting patients. Also, mobile heating points are in readiness for deployment.
EMERCOM of Russia recommends that motorists, if possible, postpone their trips until the weather conditions improve. As a result of precipitation, an increase in the number of accidents and difficulty in traffic is possible, the likelihood of traffic jams increases. If it is necessary to move along the tracks, you must be extremely careful.
While outside, dodge billboards, rickety buildings, and houses with an unstable roof. Parents should monitor the whereabouts of their children. Tourists, hunters and fishermen should refrain from going on routes outside of settlements, especially to remote and coastal areas.
At the moment, infrastructure facilities in the Sakhalin Region, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, Kamchatka Territory, and the Republic of Khakassia are operating normally. The vital activity of the population is not disturbed. Road communication between settlements without restrictions. At the same time, until the end of the week in these regions, the likelihood of emergencies associated with the disruption of the life support systems of the population, communications, housing and communal services, the breakdown of power lines, and the disruption of all types of transport remains. In some places, heavy snow is expected, a blizzard, wet snow sticking, wind with gusts up to 30 m / s.
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