Reward 50000 yuan! Enshi City praises sand dam landslide as the first warning person

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 Reward 50000 yuan! Enshi City praises sand dam landslide as the first warning person


Chen Guangmings timely warning won 36 hours of valuable time for the safe evacuation of 1339 people from 315 households in the affected area. There were no casualties in this major geological disaster.

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Chen Guangming, villager and disaster monitor of mazhe village

The first warning person of landslides in Enshi

The landslide site of mazhecun was taken on July 21

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }At about 17:00, the staff of the Institute predicted that the landslide was very likely, and decided to evacuate more than 100 people from 19 households nearby. At about 21:00, the first batch of more than 100 people were evacuated. On July 18, the second group of more than 100 people began to evacuate. On the morning of the 20th, a large area of landslide occurred in the sand dam. At this time, all personnel have been evacuated, no casualties. In the accident, Chen Guangmings home was also buried by a landslide. He was busy evacuating the crowd because of his inconvenient legs. Only six pigs were rescued and some clothes were taken out. Speaking of Chen Guangming, the villagers thumbed up, if it wasnt for him, many people might have lost their lives. Chen Guoshou said that although Chen Guangming is only a voluntary monitor, he is serious and responsible. When its sunny, he turns around for two or three days to see if there is any change in the monitoring point. When it rains a lot in the past month, he turns more frequently. Source: Hubei Daily Author: Lin Jing, editor in charge: Dai Lili_ NN4994

At about 17:00, the staff of the Institute predicted that there was a great possibility of landslide and decided to evacuate more than 100 people from 19 households nearby. At about 21:00, the first batch of more than 100 people were evacuated. On July 18, the second group of more than 100 people began to evacuate. On the morning of the 20th, a large area of landslide occurred in the sand dam. At this time, all personnel have been evacuated, no casualties.