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On 6-7 July 2012, huge water flow had rushed downstream river Adagum and flooded the town Krymsk located in the Western end of the Caucasus. The flood caused many (human) victims and destructions. This paper presents results of both geographical and hydrological analysis of natural and anthropogenic factor which could lead to this catastrophe. Though the main cause was the extreme amount of precipitation, a significant negative role was played also by anthropogenic factors, among which thefatcat:i5etg3ojdjgmnbyw3essbtopdq