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MOSCOW, November 28 (Itar-Tass) — The Emergency Situations Ministry has warned about possible extraordinary situations due to the snowfall in the Central Federal District and in Moscow.
On November 28–30 heavy rainfall, the rain, the snow and rain mixed, slush build-up and wind gusts are expected on the territory of the Central Federal District and in Moscow.
“According to the Russian Emergencies Ministry’s Centre, Anti-Stikhiya [Counter-Disaster], emergency situations are possible related to difficulties in the work of all types of transport, restoration operations, accidents on power supply lines and transmission links, the collapse of weakly reinforced, old advertising constructions, disturbances in housing services and the increase in road traffic accidents,” the Emergency Situations Ministry reported.