The road in the Yaxi section of the G5 Beijing-Kunming Expressway affected by the debris flow disaster was cleared and released in an orderly manner

  China News Service, Chengdu, May 26 (Reporter Liu Zhongjun) The reporter learned from the Sixth Branch of Sichuan Expressway Public Security Bureau at 12:00 on the 26th that the G5 Beijing-Kunming Expressway at 2,173 kilometers + 900 meters was affected by heavy rain and debris flow from Chengdu to Xichang, and Xichang to Chengdu. The roads in the direction are all cleared, and vehicles are being released in an orderly manner.

  At 23:10 on May 25, a heavy rain fell on the Houshan section of Yaxi Mianning on the Beijing-Kunming Expressway, causing a mudslide and causing the two-way road of the expressway to be interrupted.

  After the danger occurred, the Sixth Branch of Sichuan Expressway Public Security Bureau activated the emergency plan immediately, dispatched and commanded the brigade along the line immediately, carried out emergency response work, strengthened patrols and inspections along the road to ensure the safety of stranded vehicles and personnel, and adopted remote diversion and evacuation methods to avoid prolonged periods of time. Massive congestion.

Rescue workers are clearing the road.

Photo courtesy of Sichuan Expressway Public Security Bureau No. 6

  According to the dangerous situation, the high-speed public security urgently cooperated with the "three parties along the highway", dispatched 185 police personnel and more than 50 police cars to carry out emergency rescue operations.

  At present, thanks to all-out efforts of rescue personnel, the Mianning section of the Beijing-Kunming Expressway in the direction of Chengdu to Xichang and Xichang to Chengdu, which was affected by the debris flow disaster, has been cleared.