About 118 tents were set up for families who lived in a landslide-prone zone in Uzgen district of Osh region of Kyrgyzstan. The Ministry of Emergency Situations said.
It is noted that 61 summer tents have been set up in Kurbu-Tash village of Jalpak-Tash rural area, Uzgen district of Osh region. This is done to resettle people whose homes have been threatened by a landslide since April 23.
«Already 15 families from Kurbu-Tash village live in the tents, 18 families were resettled to their relatives. The remaining 28 families move to the tents. 30 five-seat summer tents were also set up in Ayu village of Zerger rural area and 27 tents — in Zerger village, for those families who lived in the danger zone. Thus, 118 tents have been set up in Uzgen district of Osh region," Major Daiyrbek Karimov, head of the Ministry of Emergency Situations for Osh region, told.
According to the press center of the Ministry of Health, a team of doctors is working to provide timely and qualified medical care in the village of Ayu: a neurologist, traumatologist, surgeon, pediatrician, therapist, obstetrician-gynecologist. Also help is provided by teams of psychologists. A deployed mobile clinic provides medical assistance to the population.
«Seven people from among the relatives of the victims are under the supervision of doctors in the territorial hospital of Uzgen district. Three people of them were diagnosed with «situational neurosis», one — with a cold, two — with hypertensive crisis. Their state is stable. One person with a hemorrhagic stroke is in the intensive care unit, the condition is consistently severe. Everyone is provided with qualified medical care. Three people were discharged from hospital for outpatient treatment," the Ministry of Health said.
Recall, a landslide of 200,000 cubic meters descended on April 29 in Ayu village. At least 24 people left in six houses under it.