China News Service, August 23. According to the website of the Ministry of Emergency Management, affected by rainfall, the upper tributaries of the Han River in Shaanxi, Chihe, Yuehe, and Xunhe, the middle reaches of the Jialing River in Sichuan, the Gouxi River, and the Baixihao River and the middle reaches of the Fujiang River, Lijiang, Heilongjiang The Yima River, a tributary of the Mayi River, and the Yeerqiang River (Kashgar Bachu Section) in Xinjiang and other rivers have experienced floods above the warning level.

Data map: Rescuers use rubber boats to move trapped people to a safe area.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Zhang Bin

  According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, in the next three days, there will be heavy to heavy rains in central and eastern Huanghuai, Jianghan, Jianghuai, northern Jiangnan, and eastern southwestern regions, and heavy rainstorms in some areas; affected by the Huanghuai cyclone, there will be heavy rains in eastern Huanghuai, eastern Jianghuai, and the Yellow Sea. Winds of magnitude 5 to 7, and gusts up to 8 to 10 in some areas.

  According to reports from the water resources department, affected by rainfall, the upper tributaries of the Hanjiang River in Shaanxi, the Chihe River, the Yuehe River, and the Xunhe River, the middle reaches of the Jialing River in Sichuan, the Gouxi River and the Baixihao River, and the middle reaches of the Fujiang River. (Kashgar Bachu section) and other rivers have over-warning floods.

The Dalajiang section of the Nenjiang River, Zhaoyuan of the Songhua River and the section from Harbin to Tonghe, the section from Wuyun to Dongji in Heilongjiang, and Taihu maintained over-alarm protection, and the Qindeli section of Heilongjiang maintained over-protection.

  On August 23, the State General Administration of Defense maintained a third-level emergency response for flood control. There were still three working groups in Heilongjiang, Shandong, and Shaanxi provinces to assist and guide flood control and disaster relief work.

  The National Defense Office, the Ministry of Emergency Management, and the China Meteorological Administration and the Ministry of Water Resources jointly discussed and analyzed the rain and flood situation, guided point-to-point guidance to key provinces such as Shaanxi, Sichuan, Hubei, and Heilongjiang, and urged and reminded the storm flood prevention and response work.

Prevention at all levels must overcome the paralysis and fluke mentality, take effective measures in a timely and decisive manner, strengthen personnel transfer and avoid danger, and focus on the risk management and control of mountain torrents, geological disasters, small and medium-sized river floods, and urban waterlogging to ensure the safety of people's lives and properties.

The northeast region, the upper and middle reaches of the Yangtze River, and the Taihu Lake Basin must effectively conduct inspections and defenses in the super-police section, especially the Heilongjiang and Songhua Rivers for a long time, slow retreat, and high risk of danger. In particular, rescue supplies and personnel must be provided in advance. , To achieve early detection and early disposal of dangerous situations.

It is necessary to strengthen emergency guarding and information reporting, keep an eye on key engineering facilities, densely populated places, low-lying flood-prone areas and other risk hazards, take the initiative to pay attention and prompt timely reminders, and report sudden dangers and disasters as soon as possible.

  As of 15:00 on August 23, after the National Flood Control Level III emergency response was launched, the national fire rescue team received a total of 377 flood disaster alarms, dispatched a total of 512 fire trucks, 39 boats, and 2,803 commanders and fighters. Rescued 212 trapped people and evacuated 1,005 people.