?Original title: (concerned about "mangosteen") the national disaster reduction Commission and the Ministry of emergency management launched the national level IV emergency response for disaster relief Xinhua news agency, Beijing, Feb. 24 (reporter Ye Haoming) the reporter learned from the Ministry of emergency management on the 24th that in view of the serious impact of typhoon "mangosteen" No. 22 this year on Guangdong Province, the n香港最快现场直播
ational disaster reduction Commission and the Ministry of emergency management launched the national level IV emergency response at 3:00 on the 24th. Urgent response. At present, all kinds of disaster relief work in the disaster area is under way. According to the relevant person in charge of the emergency management department, the working group sent by the emergency management department in the early stage has been transferred to the national disaster relief and emergency response working group, which continues to check the disaster situation on the spot in Jiangmen, Yangjiang and other places in Guangdong Province, which are most seriously affected by the typhoon, and gives full guidance and assistance to the local authorities in emergency rescue work. According to the report of the Department of civil affairs of Guangdong Province, as of 3:00 on the 24th, the typhoon "Shanzhu" caused emergency evacuation and resettlement of 252000 people in 24 cities including Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Jiangmen, Zhanjiang and Yangjiang. Four people died in the disaster, including three in Guangzhou and two in Dongguan due to the collapse of structures. The specific disaster situation is still under further verification and statistics. After the disaster, the disaster reduction Commission of Guangdong Province and the Department of civil affairs of Guangdong Province launched the emergency response of level II disaster relief. Local governments at all levels have invested 24.41 million yuan in emergency procurement of all kinds of disaster relief materials, distributed more than 40000 pieces of clothing and quilts, more than 30000 mats, 20000 folding beds, rice, mineral water and other disaster relief materials, and effectively completed the work of risk aversion transfer and basic life support for the affected people.