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KRYMSK (Krasnodar Territory), July 16 (Itar-Tass) — The Russian Emergency Situations Ministry’s (EMERCOM) grouping flood-stricken Krymsk has been reinforced, the EMERCOM information department told Itar-Tass.
“EMERCOM is reinforcing its group in the flood-stricken Krymsk and has sent a mobile hospital to the Krasnodar Territory. The group has been increased today by 1,000 people,” a spokesman for the ministry said.
He said that the hospital of the Centrospas group and its additional forces arrived in Krasnodar at 04:14 MSK. They are dispatched to Krymsk from there.
“As many as 120 cadets of State Fire Fighting Service University have arrived from St. Petersburg,” EMERCOM reported.
In addition, a composite unit of the EMERCOM Central Regional Centre comprising 130 people and a second team of the Centrospas group have been sent to the flood zone.