A 26-year-old man died in Yalta in the occupied Crimea, in a result of inundation. He was carried away by flowing water as RIA News reported citing so-called head of the annexed peninsula Serhiy Aksyonov.
“Unfortunately, in Yalta, a person of the 1995 year of birth died. It is the first fatal outcome tied with the emergency situation in the territory of the Republic of Crimea. I express heartfelt condolences to relatives and family of the deceased,” Aksyonov stated.
This night, Yalta was covered with rainfall. An emergency situation was announced in the city due to the flood caused by heavy rains.
Besides, the evacuation of the citizens is announced and the city is closed for entrance. “Currently, the city is closed for entrance as the uncontrolled water carries away cars and people”.
As we reported, the scientists state that the territory of Ukraine passes into the zone of ultra-high temperatures and extreme weather. During the next 30-40 years, the country faces desertification of immense territory.