Kriushi: a Russian village burnt down by wildfire

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Wildfires in the Ryazan Region have left almost 700 people without a roof over their heads. Several villages in the Ryazan and Spas-Klepiki districts of the Ryazan Region have been razed to the ground by the fires, with over 200 houses destroyed. One such village is Kriushi.

Wildfires in the Ryazan Region have left almost 700 people without a roof over their heads. Several villages in the Ryazan and Spas-Klepiki districts of the Ryazan Region have been razed to the ground by the fires, with over 200 houses destroyed. One such village is Kriushi.

© RIA Novosti . Dmitry VinogradovWildfires in the Ryazan Region have left almost 700 people without a roof over their heads. Several villages in the Ryazan and Spas-Klepiki districts of the Ryazan Region have been razed to the ground by the fires, with over 200 houses destroyed. One such village is Kriushi.
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Wildfires in the Ryazan Region have left almost 700 people without a roof over their heads. Several villages in the Ryazan and Spas-Klepiki districts of the Ryazan Region have been razed to the ground by the fires, with over 200 houses destroyed. One such village is Kriushi.
© RIA Novosti . Dmitry VinogradovThe concentration of smoke over Ryazan is reaching a critical level. The districts affected by the fires are located to the north of the city, along the highway connecting Ryazan and Vladimir. Forests line the highway and visibility on the road is below ten meters, so the few cars have to drive with their headlights on.
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The concentration of smoke over Ryazan is reaching a critical level. The districts affected by the fires are located to the north of the city, along the highway connecting Ryazan and Vladimir. Forests line the highway and visibility on the road is below ten meters, so the few cars have to drive with their headlights on.
© RIA Novosti . Dmitry VinogradovOn Friday, July 30, a gust of wind fanned fires into a conflagration that consumed the village of Kriushi in the Spas-Klepiki District.
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On Friday, July 30, a gust of wind fanned fires into a conflagration that consumed the village of Kriushi in the Spas-Klepiki District.
© RIA Novosti . Dmitry VinogradovThe fire has left 125 people homeless. Most have gone to stay with relatives and friends, but eight people are staying at the village hospital, which locals managed to save from the fire.
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The fire has left 125 people homeless. Most have gone to stay with relatives and friends, but eight people are staying at the village hospital, which locals managed to save from the fire.
© RIA Novosti . Dmitry VinogradovLocals say the evacuation was poorly organized. It was every man for himself.
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Locals say the evacuation was poorly organized. It was every man for himself.
© RIA Novosti . Dmitry VinogradovMany did not manage to save their documents from their burning houses.
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Many did not manage to save their documents from their burning houses.
© RIA Novosti . Dmitry VinogradovLike everyone affected by the wildfires, the residents of Kriushi are eligible for compensation of 200,000 rubles ($6670) per person. None of the victims knows what they will spend this money on yet. The most important thing now is to find temporary housing and rebuild the houses that were destroyed.
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Like everyone affected by the wildfires, the residents of Kriushi are eligible for compensation of 200,000 rubles ($6670) per person. None of the victims knows what they will spend this money on yet. The most important thing now is to find temporary housing and rebuild the houses that were destroyed.
© RIA Novosti . Dmitry VinogradovChimneys are all that remains of the village.
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Chimneys are all that remains of the village.
© RIA Novosti . Dmitry VinogradovAll the wells in the village have dried up because of the hot weather.
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All the wells in the village have dried up because of the hot weather.
© RIA Novosti . Dmitry VinogradovSome still hold out hope of finding their belongings in the ruins of the fire.
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Some still hold out hope of finding their belongings in the ruins of the fire.
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