China News Service, Guangzhou, June 13 (Reporter Wang Jian) ​​According to the "Guangdong Province Flood Control, Drought, Wind, Wind, and Freeze Emergency Plan" and the relevant regulations of the Guangdong Provincial General Administration of Defense, the Office of the Guangdong Provincial Flood Control, Drought and Wind Prevention Headquarters, and the Guangdong Provincial Emergency Management Department It was decided to start the flood control level IV emergency response at 11:00 on June 13.

  According to the forecast of the Guangdong Provincial Meteorological and Hydrological Department, from June 13th to 16th, there was a heavy rainstorm to heavy rainstorm in Guangdong.

Especially in northern Guangdong and the central and northern parts of the Pearl River Delta, the rainfall is heavy, and the rainfall area overlaps with the previous rainfall.

The major rivers in Guangdong will experience significant flooding, and the main stream of the Xijiang River will experience numbered floods again.

  According to the Department of Emergency Management of Guangdong Province, the soil moisture content in most of the mountainous areas in Guangdong is already saturated, and the rainfall period coincides with the astronomical spring tide period. .

  The Guangdong Provincial Office of Three Preventions and the Provincial Emergency Management Department required all parts of the province to strengthen consultations and judgments, and to launch emergency response at the corresponding level in a timely manner in light of the actual local conditions.

  At the same time, relevant departments should strengthen the safety inspection of dykes, reservoirs, hydropower stations, sluices and other projects as well as hidden danger points of geological disasters, building houses by cutting slopes, mountain sheds, mountainside factories and other dangerous areas, and pre-assign rescue teams and teams to areas that may cause disasters in advance. We will go all out to ensure the safety of people's lives and property, and minimize disaster losses.