After the Russians destroyed the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station, 19 settlements remained flooded – two on the right bank of the Dnieper and 17 settlements in the temporarily occupied territory.
In the Kherson region, there is a gradual increase in the water level. The State Emergency Service reported this on Monday, June 26.
“At 09:00 on the Dnieper River in alignment with the Kherson post, a gradual increase in the water level was observed and exceeded the norm by 4 cm (since the beginning of the day the level has risen by 2 cm),” said of the report.
In the Kherson region, after the Russians destroyed the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station, 19 settlements remained flooded – two on the right bank of the Dnieper and 17 settlements in the territory temporarily occupied by the Russians.
Water pumping work continues. In the past day, 20,800 tons of water have been pumped from 76 basements and houses, since the start of work, more than 283,000 tons of water have been pumped from 843 houses and basements.
In the past day, the rescuers brought 45 tons of water, of which 36 tons of drinking water and 9 tons of technical water, since the beginning of the work – more than 735 tons of water, of which 516 tons of drinking water and 219 tons of industrial water.
More than 1,000 kg of food products have been delivered; since the beginning of the work, more than 79,000 kg of food and essential items have been delivered.
It was previously known that rescuers in the Kherson region completed the collection of oil products from water bodies. 250 cubic meters of contaminated soil was dumped.
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