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MOSCOW, July 20 (Itar-Tass) — Gas supplies to consumers in Krymsk have been restored fully, and water supplies are limited only to three houses, Deputy Head of EMERCOM Alexander Chupriyan said on Thursday.
“Gas supplies are restored by 100 percent, and water supplies are limited only to three houses, where 315 people live,” he said.
Chupriyan reported electricity supplies had been restored fully, too, but for one school.
“All transformers are working properly.”
Besides, electricity is supplied fully to the sewage treatment facilities.
The deputy minister reported that during Thursday, 8,800 tonnes of waste and mud had been removed from the city. Since the beginning of the works, water had been pumped from 6,241 houses.