Source Pravda.Ru

The number of natural calamity victims in Krasnodar territory continues to grow

The natural calamity - mud flows, floods and the tornado -- that hit the Krasnodar Territory (southern Russia) has claimed the lives of 58 people, reported the Territorial department of the Emergencies Ministry on Monday.

Twelve bodies are still being unidentified, quests of missing people continue, and those who have suffered from the calamity are being rendered all-round assistance.

The Emergencies Ministry department noted that special attention is being paid to the sanitary and epidemiological situation. Urgent measures are being taken to prevent outbreaks of dangerous infectious diseases.

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