Another landslide occurred in Yajiang, Tibet. There were no casualties.

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 Another landslide occurred in Yajiang, Tibet. There were no casualties.


At about 10:11 a.m. on the 29th, the Emergency Response Front Line Command of Yajiang Weir Lake in Linzhikara Village, Tibet, received a report from road rush workers that the water level of Yajiang River had risen 3-4 km from the village, an increase of about 180 cm an hour. The helicopter aerial survey found that landslides blocked the river channel near the dangerous site of the primary barrier lake and created the barrier lake. The length, width and height of the dam body were roughly equal to those before. At present, the bypass road leading to the village of the village has been flooded, and the water level of moat has not changed significantly.

After the disaster, the Tibet Autonomous Region Party Committee, the government and the Linzhi Municipal Committee and the Municipal Government promptly launched an emergency response and deployed it urgently, demanding full analysis and assessment of the disaster risk, always putting human security in the first place to ensure the safe evacuation of all types of personnel with potential safety hazards; integrating existing expert forces and inviting relevant experts to do a good job. Disaster monitoring; strengthening multi-hydrological monitoring and implementing an hour delivery system, we should not only keep a close eye on the backflow flooded areas before flood discharge in the upper reaches, but also on the areas that may be flooded after flood discharge in the lower reaches; ensure the normal operation of peoples production and living infrastructure, ensure the safety of relief materials and production and living needs, and ensure the safety of disaster-stricken people. Its a winter. Up to now, construction machinery, vehicles and personnel on the road emergency scene have been evacuated to safe areas, and no casualties have been reported. Linzhi Milin County, Motuo County is a comprehensive investigation, orderly evacuation of the upper and lower reaches of the Yajiang River involving all personnel in the region. The water conservancy and meteorological departments are continuously monitoring and grasping the first-hand hydrometeorological data to provide a basis for scientific decision-making. Rescue supplies in the disaster area are adequate, power and communications are guaranteed, traffic is orderly, troops stationed in Tibet and armed police are on standby, and military helicopters have flown from Lhasa to the scene of the disaster area. The source of this article: Xinhua viewpoint editor: Yang Yi _NBJ10647

After the disaster, the Tibet Autonomous Region Party Committee, the government and the Linzhi Municipal Committee and the Municipal Government promptly launched an emergency response and deployed it urgently, demanding full analysis and assessment of the disaster risk, always putting human security in the first place to ensure the safe evacuation of all types of personnel with potential safety hazards; integrating existing expert forces and inviting relevant experts to do a good job. Disaster monitoring; strengthening multi-hydrological monitoring and implementing an hour delivery system, we should not only keep a close eye on the backflow flooded areas before flood discharge in the upper reaches, but also on the areas that may be flooded after flood discharge in the lower reaches; ensure the normal operation of peoples production and living infrastructure, ensure the safety of relief materials and production and living needs, and ensure the safety of disaster-stricken people. Its a winter.

Up to now, construction machinery, vehicles and personnel on the road emergency scene have been evacuated to safe areas, and no casualties have been reported. Linzhi Milin County, Motuo County is a comprehensive investigation, orderly evacuation of the upper and lower reaches of the Yajiang River involving all personnel in the region. The water conservancy and meteorological departments are continuously monitoring and grasping the first-hand hydrometeorological data to provide a basis for scientific decision-making. Rescue supplies in the disaster area are adequate, power and communications are guaranteed, traffic is orderly, troops stationed in Tibet and armed police are on standby, and military helicopters have flown from Lhasa to the scene of the disaster area.