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Lake in the Khabarovsk region, which came the oil, sent a helicopter of the emergencies Ministry

The Mi-8 helicopter of Khabarovsk air rescue center of EMERCOM of Russia, on Board of which the operative group GUMCHS of Russia in the Khabarovsk Krai, representatives of the governments of the region and "Ecospace", flew on Tuesday from Khabarovsk to Komsomolsk district, where, after depressurization of the pipeline in the lake hit 9 tons of oil, informs the regional Glaucus.

The leak occurred in the area of the 575-kilometer oil pipeline "Okha – Komsomolsk-on-Amur", which belongs to the "RN-Sakhalinmorneftegaz". Bare lake is located 12 kilometers from the village Verhnechusovskie of the Komsomol district. The area of contamination, according to preliminary data, amounted to 400 square meters. Information was received on the evening of 13 July. SK and the environmental Prosecutor's office started checking.

"From Khabarovsk to Komsomolsk region flew the Mi-8 helicopter of Khabarovsk air rescue center of EMERCOM of Russia, on Board of which the operational group of the regional Central Board, the representatives of Khabarovsk Krai government and "Ekospas". They will assess the situation and coordinate the actions of forces and means involved in liquidation of consequences of emergency situations", - stated in the message.

It is noted that, according to preliminary data, there was a spill of about 9 tons of oil in the area of 400 square meters. The oil spread into three streams - Unnamed, Curved, Glabrous.

"By the employees of the company the leak was quickly eliminated by closing valves on the pipeline. Exposed booms on data streams, hit the oil slick in the large water bodies is not allowed. In place of the impulse installed the brace, the oil spill is stopped," - said the MOE.

It is noted that the specialists "Ekospas", "RN-Sakhalinmorneftegaz" and operational group of the local fire and rescue garrison and rescue workers of the Khabarovsk branch of DVRPA of EMERCOM of Russia. There are 40 people and 10 pieces of equipment".