OREANDA-NEWS  Residents of the CitiMix residential complex in the south-west of Moscow were left without hot water due to the flood, which began as a result of a downpour. This is reported by the Telegram channel "Caution, Moscow".

Residents of the residential complex in Troparevo-Nikulino remain without hot water supply for the fourth day due to an unplanned shutdown. It is noted that at first a planned shutdown of hot water took place in the residential complex, then it was turned on, but, as residents say, only for one day. After the rains flooded the residential complex from the 21st to the 1st floor, and the supply was stopped again.

The management company (CC) "Uniservice" accused the Moscow United Energy Company (PJSC "MOEK") of an illegal shutdown. The MOEC stated that there were no violations in their work and that the water supply was provided continuously. The residents of the house are sure that the flood could damage communications, but the Criminal Code refuses to admit this.

Previously, residents of the city of Otradny in the Samara region were left without water. This was due to clogged water intakes on the Bolshoy Kinel River. Divers were involved in cleaning the structures, but the powerful current and high level of turbid water prevented them from coping with the task.