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Mudflow washed away 15 cars and flooded households in Crimea
18:28, 19 August 2017
Mudflow washed away 15 cars and flooded households in Crimea

According to the report, no one was hurt

18:28, 19 August 2017

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Heavy rainfall took place on the night of August 19 in annexed Crimea. Rain flooded the city and caused traffic jams, and near the village of Dachne on the highway Hrushevka - Sudak mudflow washed away about 15 cars. This is reported by the press center of Russian Emergency Situations Ministry in the occupied Crimea.

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"On the Hrushevka-Sudak road, on the 18th km in the vicinity of the village of Dachne, there was a flow of the water and mud to the roadway. As a result of the incident, about 15 cars were out of the roadway, and 41 houses with 201 inhabitants, including 38 children were flooded," the report says.

Also the Ministry notes that there was a complete evacuation of people, some of them were placed in the tourist recreation complex "Sudak".

According to the report, no one was hurt.

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