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KRASNODAR, July 15 (Itar-Tass) —— Normal life is returning to Krymsk.
“By today’s morning, dried up are all 5,000 houses, practically restored are electricity supplies, and water is supplied to all streets,” press service of Governor Alexander Tkachev reported on Sunday.
“As of morning of July 15, most households are cleared of dirt – 770, and clearing of 351 households is to be completed,” the regional branch of EMERCOM said.
Water supplies are restored in all districts of the city. Over the past day, water supplies were restored to 17 multi-storey buildings.
The quality of water is tested on a permanent basis by Rospotrebnadzor – it meets the sanitary norms. Partially without water remain five multi-storey buildings, as pumps are out of order there and cannot push water higher than the second or third floor.
The city is practically connected to electricity and gas lines. Without gas still remain one thousand users.
Everyone may receive hot food at over 80 outlets.