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Information on flood in Siberian Federal District as of 06:00 AM, Moscow time, 05.06.2014

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Today 07:35

As of 06:00 AM, 05.06.2014, 4,397 homes (over the past 24 hours decrease by 3,273 homes) inhabited by 12,817 people (over the past 24 hours decrease by 8,606 people), including 2,483 children (over the past 24 hours decrease by 2,799 children) and 5,233 farmlands (over the past 24 hours decrease by 2,822 farmlands) remain flooded in 24 settlements (over the past 24 hours decrease by 11 settlements) in 9 municipalities in the Altai Territory.

No homes (no changes over the past 24 hours) and 96 farmlands (no changes over the past 24 hours) remain flooded in 1 settlement (no changes over the past 24 hours) in 1 municipality (no changes over the past 24 hours) in the Republic of Altai.

1 home (over the past 24 hours decrease by 340 homes) inhabited by 450 people (over the past 24 hours decrease by 78 people), including 150 children (over the past 24 hours decrease by 18 children) and 300 farmlands remain flooded in 8 settlements (over the past 24 hours decrease by 4 settlements) in 5 municipalities (no changes over the past 24 hours) in the Republic of Khakassia.

The water has gone away and there are no flooded settlements in the Republic of Tuva.

170.622 tonnes of humanitarian supplies have been delivered in the emergency area, including 108.582 tonnes by Russian Emergencies Ministry aircrafts and 62.04 tonnes by motor vehicles. The cargoes were delivered: Russian Reserve - 128.712 tonnes, Russian Union of Rescuers – 4.5 tonnes, Minister’s Reserve – 7.2 tonnes, administrations of subjects – 30.21 tonnes;

repairs have been underway;

address help has been provided to the affected people;

525 yards have been cleaned (in all, 768 yards);

water has been pumped out of 266 yards (in all, 513);

no bridges have been repaired (in all 3 bridges have been repaired);

7 km of power lines have been repaired (in all, 67.4 km);

3 transformer substations have been turned on (in all, 3);

2 km of dykes have been reinforced (in all, 72 km);

Russian Emergencies Ministry psychologists have helped 16 (in all, 686) citizens, the hotline recieved 143 calls (in all, 1,768);

Operations planned on 05.06.2014: continuance of repairs;

help to the affected people;

delivery and distribution of relief goods to the affected areas.

17,313 people and 4,688 pieces of equipment, including 9,141 people and 637 pieces of equipment of the Russian Emergencies Ministry, including local garrisons of fire department and 10 aircrafts, are involved in relief operations.

Information has been provided by National Crisis Management Center of the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry