In Vladivostok, by order of the head of the Primorsky Territory, Oleg Kozhemyaka, field kitchens with hot meals and temporary accommodation centers for citizens who are left without electricity due to the effects of a snow cyclone have been deployed. This Sunday, November 22, reported on website regional governments.
“It is necessary to organize food points, tents, field kitchens on the ground. Provide social unprotected segments of the population with gas stoves and cylinders. Taking into account the fact that many houses still do not have electricity and water, from Monday to organize round-the-clock work of kindergartens that are connected to electricity and water, ”the order says.
Seven field kitchens are already working on the territory of the Pervomaisky district of Vladivostok, which has suffered the most from the disaster. There you can get hot meals and get drinking water. Dispensing of gas cylinders will begin soon.
In addition, in the same district, one and a second temporary accommodation center with drinking water and hot meals is being deployed, where residents, if necessary, will be able to provide psychological assistance.
Earlier it was reported that the power supply returned to the homes of more than 30 thousand residents of the cities of Vladivostok and Artem, Primorsky Territory.
In Vladivostok, an electrical substation Zagorodnaya was connected, and almost 21 thousand residents of the Tikhaya microdistrict received electricity. In the Artyomovsk urban district, power supply has been restored for 13 thousand consumers.
In addition, during the day, it is planned to connect several backup power supplies for household consumers, heat and water supply systems in the Pervomaisky district of Vladivostok.
Earlier, on November 21, the government of the Primorsky Territory reported that specialists plan to restore the power supply of Vladivostok residents, disrupted by a cyclone, within three days.
On the night of November 19, in the Primorsky Territory, precipitation began in the form of rain, which turned into snow and freezing rain. The bad weather caused the breaks of power lines, falling trees and structures in the south of the region. On Friday, a regional emergency regime was introduced in Primorye.
As a result of the bad weather, more than 600 houses were left without heating in Vladivostok. In the city, 205 damages were recorded on the power grids, about 200 power transmission poles were damaged, which provide lighting on the streets, over 4.5 thousand trees were felled. A temporary accommodation center was opened for people who were left without heat and light.