Emergencies Ministry strengthens grouping on the Don highway due to massive road accidents – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

The Russian Emergencies Ministry has strengthened its grouping to eliminate congestion from wrecked cars on the Don highway. This was reported by the press service of the Russian Emergencies Ministry.

“Rescuers continue to work on eliminating the consequences of mass road accidents in the Tula region. A mobile group of the EMERCOM of Russia in the Tula region in the amount of 35 people, 9 units of equipment and the Tula Rescue Center of 15 people and 3 units of heavy equipment are working on site. additionally, the Leader grouping of the Center for carrying out work of special risk consists of 6 people and 3 pieces of equipment, “the press service of the Russian Emergencies Ministry said.

According to the department, mass accidents on the federal highway M-4 in the Tula region occurred due to heavy snowfall.

“At the 217th kilometer there is a mobile heating point. At present, the movement is carried out in one lane, there are enough forces and means at the accident site,” the Ministry of Emergency Situations said.

In general, 107 people and 34 units of equipment, including engineering equipment and a tractor, were involved from all emergency departments of the region.

Source: Российская Газета by rg.ru.

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