• 25/07/2024 14:50

As a result of the enemy attack, Krivoy Rog was left without electricity

40 thousand users in the region are without power, including two mines.

As a result of the enemy attack, Krivoy Rog was left without electricity

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As a result of the Russian drone attack, one was damaged. Residential and industrial consumers were left without power supply in the city.

This was reported by the press service of Ukrenergo.

“On the night of February 2, Russia launched a new massive drone strike on the southern and central regions of Ukraine “. There is damage at one of the substations of NPC “Ukrenergo”. In Krivoy Rog, household and industrial consumers are de-energized,” the message says.

It is noted that specialists from Ukrenergo and the State Emergency Service are inspecting the equipment. Emergency restoration work will begin immediately after the completion of the inspection.

According to the head of the Dnepropetrovsk Air Force Sergey Lysak, air defense forces shot down three enemy UAVs in the Dnepropetrovsk region, but as a result of one hit, 40 thousand users were de-energized, including two mines .

“At night, the Russian army attacked the Krivoy Rog region with drones. Three suicide bombers were shot down by defenders from the Vostok PPK. But there was also a UAV hit. This led to the loss of power to more than 40 thousand subscribers,” he wrote in Telegram.


Also, according to him, two mines were de-energized, which is why more than 100 workers remained underground, some of whom have already risen to the surface.

The enemy also shelled the Nikopol region from artillery. He also aimed at Manganets and the Mirovskaya community. No people were injured.

“Instead, according to updated information, a 37-year-old man was injured in yesterday's attack on the Pokrovskaya rural community. He had shrapnel wounds and a fracture. The victim was hospitalized in a moderate condition,” – added Lysak. .


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