Top officials from the flood-ravaged Russian city Krymsk have been detained as investigators search for evidence of criminal negligence following the devastating flood that left some 170 people dead and hundreds more injured and homeless.
Search and rescue is over in southern Russia, where flash floods have killed 162 people. The Emergencies Ministry is focusing on rebuilding the water-damaged cities. Residents are trying to cope with the terrible losses they suffered and move on.
Local authorities face criticism and finger-pointing as investigators look into the causes of the devastating flood in Russia's Krasnodar Region, while residents try to cope with the consequences of a disaster that took the lives of over 170 people.
As Russia mourns for the victims of the catastrophic floods in Krymsk, residents are already trying to piece their shattered lives back together. And while the world tries to understand the disaster, locals are faced with more pressing questions.
No one has been left indifferent to the destructive flood in Russia’s southern Krasnodar region, which claimed lives of over 170 people. Volunteers across the whole country have started an aid drive to help those who lost literally everything.