The specialists of the Crisis Management Center monitor the situation around the clock.
The local fire brigade, the Vladivostok Search and Rescue Unit and the Amur Rescue Center continue work in the area of the Marine Cemetery to restore power supply. Rescuers and teams of power engineers dismantle the fallen power transmission towers and free up space from fallen trees for the unhindered conduct of a new power line.
With the help of a multi-purpose fire truck that converts water into steam, employees of the Russian Emergencies Ministry eliminate icing on the constructions of the Golden bridge, collecting ice with steam jets.
In addition, the rescuers deployed 12 field kitchens (7 in Vladivostok and 5 in Artyom), where people can warm up with hot tea, soup or porridge, and also get bottled water. Additionally, 3 more field kitchens were sent to Artem. Also, fire-fighting tankers organized the delivery of industrial water to heating points - residents can collect it for household needs.
Currently, there are 12 TAPs (5 in Vladivostok, 7 in Artyom), designed for 1,300 people. There are 12 people in two TAPs in Artyom, including 6 children. People are provided with hot drinks, food and warm clothes. A total of 80 TAPs with a capacity of 8,040 people are ready for deployment.
In the round-the-clock mode, restoration work continues on clearing, cleaning roads and inter-quarter passages in the settlements of the region.
In total, more than 2000 people and over 800 pieces of equipment were involved in the elimination of the consequences of the emergency.