Kyzylorda. July 4. Kazakhstan Today - Chief sanitarianof Kazakhstan Zhandarbek Bekshin announced the results of preliminary studies the impact of the Proton-M rocket falling, Kazakhstan Today reports.
"From the moment of the accident sanitary service defined the closest districts to the site, including: Tjuratam, Akai, Zhosaly and the city of Baikonur. Health monitoring has been conducted in these settlements. Exceeding standards of toxic substances were not found. Currently, the Russian party carries out the work on detoxification on the polygon territory. Sampling water, soil and air to determine the effects of emergency situation will be conducted up to the completion of detoxification," said Bekshin during a working trip to Kyzylorda region.
He noted that "at the time of the rocket fall there was a zero wind on the polygon territory, which prevented the spread of toxic substances."
"At the moment of the explosion heptyl burnt out completely, the effect of heptyl-life products: amyl oxide and nitrogen dioxide, formaldehyde, hydrogen cyanide - was offset by the recent rains. Thus no cause for concern," said the chief sanitarian of Kazakhstan.
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