Irgiz

Irgiz

 

a river in Aktiubinsk Oblast, Kazakh SSR; a right tributary of the Turgai. Length, 593 km; basin area, 31,600 sq km. The Irgiz originates on the eastern slopes of the Mugodzhary Hills. In the summer (primarily in the lower reaches), its flow is interrupted in certain sections, and the water is retained only in individual pools. In its upper course the Irgiz has fresh water, which becomes salty toward the lower reaches. It is fed primarily by snow. The average annual flow rate at the mouth is 7.56 cu m per sec. The river freezes in November and thaws in late April.

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A bus with 57 people caught fire on the morning of January 18 on the route Samara-Shymkent in the Irgiz region of the Aktobe region of Kazakhstan.
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The passenger bus caught fire in Irgiz district of Aktobe region on January 18 at 10:30 am local time.
52 people were killed in a bus fire in Aktobe today at 10:30 morning in the Irgiz district of Aktobe region on the 1 068km of the Samara-Shymkent road, according to Kazakh media.
52 people were killed in a bus fire in Aktobe on January 18 morning in the Irgiz district of Aktobe region on the 1 068km of the Samara-Shymkent road.