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. On July 26, the reporter learned from Cuiping Maritime Department of Yibin maritime administration that due to heavy rainfall, Yibin will meet the largest flood peak since this year. It is estimated that at 21:00 p.m., the water level of hejiangmen flood peak will reach 13.93m.

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were affected by heavy rainfall in Jinsha River and Minjiang River Basin. At 7:30 am on the 26th, the water level of hejiangmen in Yibin was 12.85m above the baseline, 3 m higher than 8:00 on 25th. According to Wang Zengquan, director of Cuiping maritime department, in order to ensure the safety of ships, Yibin MSA implemented temporary traffic control on hejiangmen waters under its jurisdiction from 7:30 am on the 26th, banning all ships from passing through hejiangmen waters, and imposing navigation ban on passenger ferries under the jurisdiction of Cuiping maritime department.

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on the morning of July 26, the rising water on the river after the rainstorm was photographed by He Dong According to the statistics of the meteorological department, the rainstorm mainly concentrated in Cuiping District, Xuzhou District, Pingshan County, Changning County, Jiang’an County, Nanxi District, Xingwen County and Gaoxian County, accompanied by strong convective weather such as gusts of 5 to 7, thunder and lightning. There were 76 heavy rain stations, 108 rainstorm stations and 36 heavy rainstorm stations in the city.

“in view of the arrival of the flood peak, Cuiping Marine Department has launched the plan, informed the relevant units and ships in the jurisdiction area to prepare the safety plan, and asked to suspend all the above water and underwater construction work in the jurisdiction area, so as to ensure the safety of the flood peak transit period.” Wang Zengquan said.

original title: Yibin will usher in the biggest flood peak since this year tonight, and the water level of hejiangmen is expected to reach 13.93m