Russia: Local Officials Detained Over Flood Deaths

Russia: Local Officials Detained Over Flood Deaths

Krymsk : Russia | Jul 22, 2012 at 2:56 AM PDT
Source: National Public Radio
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Russia's chief investigative body said Sunday the mayor of the town of Krymsk and the head of the Krymsk region received warnings about the coming rain and its possible impact, but failed to organize proper warning and evacuation of the residents. Russian officials, including President Vladimir... FULL ARTICLE AT National Public Radio
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Local residents look at flooded property near the southern Russian town of Krymsk
Local residents look at flooded property near the southern Russian town of Krymsk
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