Dnieper’s flow velocity increased 10 times after Kakhovska dam destroyed

Dnieper’s flow velocity increased 10 times after Kakhovska dam destroyed

Reports on the flow of the Dnieper accelerates 10 times in Kherson region

The speed of the Dnieper in two days increased by 10 times

В Херсонской области сообщили об ускорении течения Днепра в 10 раз

Over the past two days, the speed of the Dnieper has increased 10 times. This was announced on Wednesday, June 7, by the chairman of the government of the Kherson region Andrey Alekseenko.

He wrote about the changes against the backdrop of the explosion of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station in his Telegram channel. Alekseenko also noted that large-scale events were organized in the region to help the population.

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In the Kherson region, measures are being taken against the spread of dysentery, cholera and hepatitis A

Earlier that day, it became known that the peak of the flood in the Kherson region had shifted from the village of Alyoshki to Naked Pristan. According to local authorities, the situation in these areas is difficult. In addition, rescuers are forced to evacuate people under fire from the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) from the right bank of the Dnieper.

There are no victims of flooding in the Kherson region , said the acting head of the region Vladimir Saldo. Residents of flooded areas receive 48 points of temporary accommodation, designed for 2.7 thousand places. According to Saldo, the most difficult hours have already been experienced.

On Wednesday, the acting regional governor signed a decree declaring a state of emergency (ES) in the region.

The breakthrough of the dam of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station occurred on the night of June 6, which led to an uncontrolled discharge of water. As a result, dozens of settlements, including Kherson and Novaya Kakhovka, were almost completely flooded . The station practically went under water . The Aleshkovsky and Skadovsky districts also fell into the flooding zone.

In turn, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Victoria Abramchenko said that the Kiev regime had committed a real ecocide in the Kherson region by destroying the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station.

This report is printed in the most unlikely of sources – the NZ Herald!

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