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CHELYABINSK, March 8. /TASS/. The disruption in Tobolsk’s heating system has been fixed, and by the evening the regular flow of heat will be return to normal, Tobolsk’s city hall press service said on Wednesday.
Earlier reports said about 75,000 residents were still sitting in freezing households.
"No, we have not cut heating, we have lowered its parameters," the city administration told TASS, pointing to a leak that had been discovered on March 7, so plans were underway to repair it on March 9 (March 8 is a day off).
However, by Tuesday evening, the leak was getter worse, so the authorities decided repairs would be carried out on Wednesday.