Due to the rain and storm that affected Yalova over the weekend, Yalova Municipality teams worked 24 hours a day and intervened in 274 incidents.
A total of 235 personnel, 28 vehicles and equipment took part in the work coordinated by Yalova Mayor Mustafa Tutuk at the Emergency Command Center. The teams worked 24 hours a day. During the weekend, where the teams were on alert, 235 personnel worked.
Yalova Mayor Mustafa Tutuk also took his place at the Emergency Command Center within the Yalova Fire Department due to the heavy rain over the weekend. Mayor Tutuk, who coordinated the calls from citizens, stated that they were on the field with all necessary personnel, vehicles and equipment. Mayor Tutuk said that the teams immediately intervened in the negativities that occurred as a result of the effective rains. Stating that the teams worked devotedly, Mayor Tutuk said, “Storms and rains were effective in Yalova. Our General Directorate of Meteorology had made the necessary warnings on this issue. “As Yalova Municipality, we were on alert with all our units against any negative situation that may occur due to heavy rain,” he said.
235 personnel intervened in 274 incidents
Within the framework of the information received from the Yalova Meteorology Directorate, in Yalova, where there was a storm with a speed of up to 60 kilometers per hour and 62 kilograms of precipitation per square meter, Yalova Municipality Fire Department, Water and Sewerage Affairs Directorate and Cleaning Affairs Directorate took an active role in responding to the incidents. 235 personnel working 24 hours a day; It was learned that it intervened in 274 incidents such as floods, canal cleaning, rainwater drain maintenance, tree falling, well extraction, and drain repair. It was reported that 235 personnel responded to the incidents with a total of 28 vehicles and equipment such as sewage trucks, trucks, channel opening vehicles, diggers, sweeping vehicles and garbage taxis.