Saturday , March 6 2021

Continue on the road towards Jelendol



On the road from Tržić to Jelendol, workers today continue to repair the biggest landslides that prompted Tržič Bistrica's derogation a week ago. They are trying to ensure the transport ability of a part of the route that can only be crossed by foot as soon as possible. Today, two primary school students came from Jelendola to Tržič.

Due to the fact that the water has passed several parts of the road, the arrival at Tržič for residents Jelendol and Dolina is an organizational bit. The narrow part of the route above the tunnel along the Dovzan Gorge was not transported for landing, but workers have already convinced on Sunday that it is at least normal transitory.

So on Monday, today, residents of Jelendol and the valley, who have recently been cut off from the recent water world, took them to the Tržič for work and after work.




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"The man who worked at home brought us to the bend in front of the tunnel, where we traveled part of the road, and then we continue our journey to the rented car," explained one of the Dolins, who went to work with his son in the morning.

Similarly, two cars, one above the tunnel and the other below it, are also helped by Mom and Jelendola's daughter, who go to work at Podnart. Mom, for her simpler organization, has stayed with relatives of the last few days.




Jelendol Dovzanova clan


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For the first time in the week, a pensioner from Jelendol went to Trieste in Tržič. This was helped by firefighters who were concerned with transportation in the morning and afternoon. According to the Jelendol Mitja Meglic firefighter, three transportations take place in the morning and afternoon, while in the meantime the road is closed so that intervention can be carried out there.




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Many residents have managed to organize a vacation in the service

Many have been able to organize a vacation in the service and can stay for a while, at home, on the first school day after the holidays.

"We decided not to go to school because the route is too busy," explains Meglič. Today, two of the seven primary school students have already come to school for medical examination.

As explained by the head of the Tržič Primary School, Stanislav Grum, they agreed with their parents that the children from Jelendol would be home three days after autumn holidays, and on Thursday, when the situation normalized, to come to school. He is convinced that children will easily be able to compensate for lack of substance. Teachers and students will help them.




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They would give them photocopy material if their parents wanted it, but their parents do not have time for it. Students now have tough moments and will not be charged with learning materials. When they come to school, they will get everything they need for further lessons, "Grum said.




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The biggest problem remains the road to Tržič

Jelendola residents also had a lot of work at home. Some houses spill water and bring sand and mud with them. By mechanization, local residents have begun to remove large rocks and regulate the infrastructure, so things are now normalized, Meglic emphasized, and pointed out that the biggest problem is the road towards Tržič, almost completely destroyed, and the biggest obstacle to transportability are the two main landslides.




People gave food and everything else.


People gave food and everything else.
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"We could not do this in the valley except on foot, but they took care of us, provided they were food and everything else," one of the residents noted and remembered the nights of October 29 to October 30 when they were cut off from the world.

"It was a clean topic, we were out of stream, we heard the rumble and the thunder of water, and we just waited until the morning to see what it was," she explained.

Meglič emphasized that in the upper part of the village they did not know that the lower part of the water was flooded, and because of the interrupted connections they could not call anyone until they went through the woods to the firefighter's home to establish a connection with Tržičko and reported that they were alive.


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