Blizzard in Mykolaiv: People are asked not to leave houses without serious reason
The city canceled public events
33 units of equipment fight with snow in Mykolaiv. City authorities encourage people not to leave the house without need, and do not park their cars on the roadsides of highways, the city administration website reports.
The restricted movement of all modes of transport started at 10:00 am Kyiv time.
According to the correspondent of 112 Ukraine, the city has more than 250 points of heating.
"More than 250 heating points opened in the city. More than 30 vehicles are struggling with bad weather. Despite the request of the city authorities, there are plenty of private cars in the city. The volunteers work in the city, preparing to help doctors and rescuers", the correspondent said.
Due to bad weather in the city also canceled public events. In particular, the City street food festival has been postponed.
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