China News Service, Nanchang, May 10 (Reporter Liu Zhankun) The Jiangxi Provincial Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters issued a notice on the 10th that, in view of the current flood control situation, according to the provisions of the "Jiangxi Provincial Flood Control and Drought Relief Emergency Plan", the Jiangxi Provincial Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters decided to From 18:00, the flood control level IV emergency response was started, requiring all localities and departments to do their best to do a good job in flood control in accordance with the division of responsibilities and the provisions of the plan.

On May 10, the Jiangkou Reservoir in Xinyu City, Jiangxi Province opened its gates to release floodwaters to relieve the upstream flood control pressure.

The turbulent water pours down from the gate, which is very spectacular.

Photo by Wu Rongda

  According to the forecast of the Meteorological Department, the rainfall process from May 10th to 12th, with a wide coverage, long duration, large accumulated rainfall, fierce local rainfall, accompanied by strong convective weather such as short-term heavy precipitation, thunderstorms and strong winds, may It is the strongest rainfall process since the flood season in southern Jiangnan and South China. It is expected that the main and tributaries of the Ganjiang and Fuhe rivers in Jiangxi may rise significantly, and the tributaries of the upper Ganjiang may experience super-alert floods.

On May 10, the Jiangkou Reservoir in Xinyu City, Jiangxi Province opened its gates to release floodwaters to relieve the upstream flood control pressure.

The turbulent water pours down from the gate, which is very spectacular.

Photo by Wu Rongda

  Previously, in order to effectively respond to this round of heavy rainfall, the Jiangxi Provincial Disaster Reduction Committee launched a provincial flood control and disaster relief early warning response to Ganzhou, Ji'an and Fuzhou at 21:00 on the 9th.

It is necessary to strictly implement the emergency on-duty system, adhere to the 24-hour on-duty and leadership-led shift system, strengthen consultations and judgments with disaster-related departments such as meteorology, water conservancy, agriculture and rural areas, and natural resources, share relevant information, and release early warning and forecast information in a timely manner to ensure that no one is missed. households, not one person.

It is necessary to strengthen various preparations for disaster relief, and activate emergency response at the same level as appropriate to ensure the safety of people's lives and property.

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