China News Service, Nanchang, August 17 (Wu Pengquan) A reporter learned from the Jiangxi Provincial Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters on the afternoon of the 17th that at 16:00 on the same day, the water level at 4 hydrological stations in the province was over alert. From July 8th to August 16th, Jiangxi recorded a total of 2075 dangerous situations such as piping, leakage and falling nests.
Since July, Jiangxi, a province in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River, has been hit by continuous heavy rainfall. The water level of the river has risen rapidly. Super-warning floods have occurred in many rivers and Poyang Lake. The flood control situation is extremely severe.
Facing the catastrophic flood of Poyang Lake, Jiangxi played the role of retaining the main and tributary reservoirs of the Poyang Lake Basin to minimize the discharge flow while ensuring the safety of the project. The retreat dike must enter the flood; guide some dikes to divert water and flood prevention.
In the past few days, the water level of the Jiangxi section of the Yangtze River and Poyang Lake has been slowly receding from a high level. The Jiangxi Provincial Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters reported that at 16:00 on August 17, there were 4 super-alert stations in the province, namely Xingzi Station, Tangyin Station, Wucheng Station and Duchang Station. Among them, the water level of Poyang Lake Xingzi Station was 19.30 meters, and the super-alert water level was 0.30 meters, which was 0.12 meters lower than that at 16:00 on the 16th.
The picture shows soldiers from a brigade of the 73rd Army of the Army at the Kangshan Levee in Yugan County, Jiangxi Province on July 16, excavating drainage channels with shovels on the grass inside the muddy embankment to drain the water from the embankment. Come out, so that the pressure inside the dam can be reduced and greater danger can be avoided. (Data Map) Photo by Liu Zhankun
The reporter learned that on August 16, the length of the main stream of the Yangtze River, the Poyang Lake area and other dikes exceeded the warning limit of 519 kilometers, a decrease of 637 kilometers compared with the 15th. From July 8th to August 16th, Jiangxi recorded a total of 2075 dangerous situations such as piping, leakage and falling nests.
The Jiangxi Provincial Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters stated that as of 11 o'clock on August 17, a total of 213 flood dikes had entered the Yangtze River and Poyang Lake areas, including 185 dikes with single retreat in the lake area, 17 dikes with single retreat on the Yangtze River, and 11 other dikes. seat. 32 of the levees that have entered the Hongwei dike are undergoing forced platooning work, of which 29 are single-return dikes in the lake area, and 3 are other dikes. 68 dikes have been drained, all of which are single-return dikes in the lake area.
The Jiangxi Provincial Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters predicts that in the next three days, the daily retreat from Poyang Lake Xingzi Station will be 0.11 to 0.12 meters, the daily retreat at Hukou Station will be 0.11 to 0.12 meters, and the Jiujiang Station on the Yangtze River will retreat 0.11 to 0.12 meters. (Finish)