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on August 19, the reporter learned from the Management Committee of Leshan Giant Buddha Scenic spot that the Leshan Giant Buddha Scenic Spot is currently carrying out dredging and facilities and equipment repair work. It is expected that it will be reopened to tourists this week, and the xiafo foot tour route will be opened after the heritage protection experts have completed the safety investigation and assessment of Leshan Giant Buddha body and Jiuqu plank road.

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it is understood that after the heavy rainfall, the Management Committee of Leshan Giant Buddha Scenic spot immediately organized the safety inspection of cultural relics at all levels, walking plank roads, facilities and equipment. At present, the body of the world heritage Leshan Giant Buddha is generally safe. Affected by the flood, the additional layer of Chui ash repaired in 2001 has fallen off in a small area, and there are a small amount of falling stones on the Jiuqu plank road. Next, the Management Committee of Leshan Giant Buddha Scenic Area will invite cultural relics protection experts to conduct further investigation and assessment on the safety of Leshan Giant Buddha body and Jiuqu plank road, and prepare the repair plan for the additional layer of foot and foot pedal.

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in response to heavy rainfall, the Management Committee of Leshan Giant Buddha Scenic Spot closed the scenic area in advance on the morning of August 17. It investigated and rectified the potential safety hazards of cultural relics protection units at all levels, geological disasters in the whole mountain, docks, cruise ships and construction sites, etc., so as to eliminate the potential safety accidents caused by heavy rainfall. At the same time, according to the situation of flood prevention and early warning, more than 180 people, including the scenic area staff, public security police and the militia in the Central District of the city, were immediately mobilized in the evening of August 17 to organize sandbags to be transported to the Buddha’s foot platform and stacked along the Buddha’s feet, so as to avoid the direct impact of the flood on the Buddha.

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heavy rain on August 18, the Management Committee of Leshan Giant Buddha Scenic Area quickly carried out the evacuation work of resident tourists and scenic area operators according to the requirements of Leshan flood control and Drought Relief Headquarters. After nearly three hours of hard work, all 180 residents in the scenic area were evacuated to the Leshan Giant Buddha Museum, the canteen of the office building of the management committee, etc., and provided free ginger soup, milk, milk, etc Bread and other food.

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of poplar trees in the morning by Huang Dahai and Liu Fushi of Sichuan newspaper