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Eighteen temporary evacuation centres which can accommodate more than 4.5 thousand people were set up in Churapcha and Tatta districts, the emergencies department noted.
Several groups of rescuers and a governmental committee are working in the emergency situation area. Local residents are warned about a flood threat. Cattle were brought to hills. There are no problems with drinking water and food products yet. Electric power supplies are not disrupted.
River banks are being reinforced.
Heavy rain caused water growth on rivers and lakes in Tatta and Churapcha districts near the dam lake. The dam banks were washed out on Friday morning, so, several settlements turned out to be under a flood threat.