Eager to see the “death pit” continuously appear, Nghe An President directly inspects and directs the handling.
In the face of the situation of “death pit” continuously appearing, housing cracks, dry wells in Chau Hong commune (Quy Hop district, Nghe An), local people live in insecurity and anxiety every day. .
On May 29, Chairman of Nghe An Provincial People’s Committee – Mr. Nguyen Duc Trung and representatives of relevant departments and agencies directly inspected the subsidence and cracking of houses and works in Chau Hong commune. Quy Hop district).
|Nghe An President directly inspected the “death pit” that appeared at the house of Chau Hong commune (Quy Hop district) on the morning of May 29, 2022. (Photo: Huy Nham)|
Previously, regarding the delay in advising and reporting on the subsidence and cracking in Chau Hong commune, the Chairman of Nghe An Provincial People’s Committee criticized the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development; At the same time, it is required to review and clarify the responsibilities of the parties involved.
In addition, the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development was assigned to assume the prime responsibility for, and coordinate with the Department of Natural Resources and Environment, Quy Hop District People’s Committee and relevant units in actual inspection of the scene, and advise the Provincial People’s Committee on a plan to deal with land subsidence and cracking. Projects, houses, and water wells have dried up in Quy Hop district before May 31, 2022.
The Department of Natural Resources and Environment inspects the observance of environmental protection by mining enterprises in Quy Hop district; coordinate with the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development and relevant agencies in handling subsidence and cracking of soil, buildings, houses, and dry wells in Quy Hop district.
Chairman of Nghe An Provincial People’s Committee assigned Quy Hop District People’s Committee to direct organizations and individuals to immediately suspend activities of exploiting and using groundwater of related projects in Chau Hong commune. Strengthen inspection, monitoring and take measures to ensure absolute safety of people’s lives and properties in the affected area.
|The consecutive death pits appearing in Nghe An province made people worried and insecure.|
As reportedAt about 5:00 a.m. on May 27, Mr. Dien Viet Tu’s family (residing in Na Hieng village, Chau Hong commune, Quy Hop district, Nghe An) was sleeping at home when suddenly heard a loud explosion. Mr. Tu quickly checked around the house and discovered that behind the house, right at the foot of the foundation was a sinkhole deep in the floor of the house where he was staying.
This “death pit” appears about 7-8m deep, about 10m wide, going deep into the house from the side of the fence. Too scared, Mr. Tu quickly called his family members to get out of the house, and at the same time, telegraphed the local authorities and neighbors to help and move the furniture outside.
Mr. Truong Van Hoa, Chairman of the People’s Committee of Chau Hong commune (Quy Hop district) said: “Receiving the news, the local authorities were present at the scene with the people to carry out the transportation of furniture out of the house, move the people around. Go somewhere else for safety. At the same time, a guard force has been arranged, asking people not to come to the scene, not to be curious to see it to ensure safety.
|Curious people gathered to watch the sinkhole that appeared after a loud explosion at Mr. Tu’s house, some people enthusiastically assisted the family in transporting belongings out of the house, preventing damage to people and properties.|
Mr. Le Van Diep (residing in Na Hieng village, Chau Hong commune) shared that there are currently 5 villages, including: Na Hieng, Cong, Bong, Hi and Na Nong, cracks, rifts and sinkholes appear…, This situation makes our people extremely confused and worried.
According to the latest report of the People’s Committee of Chau Hong commune (Quy Hop district), up to now, up to 299 water wells in this area have dried up, 191 houses are cracked and dozens of “death pits” in people’s houses. , field. Many schools and medical stations in the area are also experiencing the same situation. This situation makes people extremely angry, confused and worried.
It is known that Chau Hong commune is considered the “capital” of minerals with 11 mining enterprises, including 5 ore mining enterprises and 7 stone mining enterprises, creating a local environmental hotspot.
To clarify the cause of the sinkholes, Quy Hop District People’s Committee hired the North Central Geological Federation to survey and find solutions. Previously, many authorities in Nghe An province had checked and found out the cause, but so far, there have been no results.
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