Jingzhou Municipal Government in front of the water Besieged staff: wading to work

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 Jingzhou Municipal Government in front of the water Besieged staff: wading to work


At noon on the 6th, a staff member in the duty room of Jingzhou Municipal Peoples government told the surging news that the above video content was true. At about 8:00 am on the 6th, he waded to work. The water (depth) is below the knee.

A staff member of Jingzhou Emergency Management Bureau told the surging news that from the evening of 5 to 6, heavy rain fell in Jingzhou City. In order to better deal with the citys waterlogging, the emergency bureau had made emergency dispatch on the morning of the 6th.

The rainstorm basically lasted one night, the water inside the gate of the municipal government was shallow, and the water outside the gate was deeper. The aforementioned staff said, the lakes and canals are overflowing, and there is no place for drainage. Several lakes in the central urban area, such as Jiangjun lake, have overflowed, so there is a scene in the online video.

Mr. Wang, the owner of a shop near the Jingzhou Municipal Peoples government, told the surging news that at about 21:00 on the 5th, the road at the gate of the shop began to accumulate water, and at 11:00 on the 6th, the water began to drop. When the water is deepest, the entire Jiangjin Road, from the driveway to the sidewalk, is full of water, and the water overflows to the knee.

The surging news noted that at about 12:00 on the 6th, the official microblog @ Jingzhou of the Information Office of Jingzhou Municipal Peoples government released a message that, affected by heavy rainfall, the water level of rivers, lakes and reservoirs in Jingzhou City is rising rapidly, and the Changhu Lake is over warning, and the water level continues to rise. The Honghu Lake will exceed the warning, and the situation of flood control and disaster relief is grim. At 11:00 on the 6th, Jingzhou City raised the emergency response level of flood control from level IV to level III.