Henan and other places continue to experience heavy rainfall, and the flood control situation is very severe.
On July 21, firefighters from all over the country dispatched emergency forces to the front line of flood fighting and rescue operations.
The Anhui Fire Rescue Corps mobilized 7 detachments, 75 rescue vehicles, 40 boats, more than 300 commanders and fighters, and 3 remote water supply systems to reinforce Henan and invest in flood relief.
The Shanxi Corps mobilized 8 detachments, 262 commanders and 53 vehicles, to reinforce Henan emergency rescue work.
The Jiangxi Corps and the 5 detachments of Nanchang, Jingdezhen, Jiujiang, Yingtan, and Fuzhou have reinforcements, 392 professional fire rescue forces and their support formations, 68 rescue vehicles, 52 boats, and 490 special life jackets for waters and 32 life-saving throwers. Sets, 17 UAVs, 16 satellite phones, 4 satellite portable stations, 2 water robots and other equipment are on the way to Henan.
The Hubei Corps quickly deployed agencies, Wuhan, Yichang, Xiangyang, Xiaogan, Suizhou, and Xunbao Detachment with 70 vehicles, 365 people, 23 boats, and 21 boats, carrying 772 sets of special rescue suits for waters, 28 sets of life-saving throwers, and 3 water robots. Taiwan, 17 UAVs, 19 satellite phones (different formats), 5 satellite portable stations and related spare equipment are rushing to the front line of Henan flood fighting and emergency rescue.
The Hebei corps immediately mobilized 4 flood-fighting and rescue teams from Shijiazhuang, Xingtai, Handan, and Hengshui detachments, and a total of 389 commanders and soldiers, 96 duty vehicles, 31 boats, and communications equipment. More than 4,000 pieces (sets) of equipment and 72-hour self-protection supplies were assembled and set off at 4:23 on July 21.
The Jiangsu corps dispatched 489 people, 96 vehicles, 70 boats, 12 remote water supply pump sets, 5 dragon water absorption and combat support units, and medical support units to go to Zhengzhou at 5 am.
(The source of Guo Shihao's video is the Fire and Rescue Bureau of the Emergency Management Department)
Editor in charge: [Sun Jingbo]