There were reports of panic in the DPRK

In the DPRK began to panic: local residents buy basic necessities, and the Pyongyang’s low-flying helicopters. Messages appeared in the material to The Washington Post, the publication cites sources.

According to sources, the residents began to stock up on everything from washing powder to rice, electronics and liquor, canned food and cigarettes.

In addition, it is reported that the country has interrupted railway communication with China.