“Several city districts are without power and water,” said Vilkul.
“It’s yet unclear whether there were any casualties (in the attack). Repairs are already underway.”
Earlier on Nov. 2, Russia launched kamikaze drones at civilian infrastructure in Kharkiv and Zaporizhzhia.
Dnipropetrovsk Oblast was one of the regions that had to deal with induced blackouts on Nov. 2, in order to prevent the power grid from overloading.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy earlier said that in recent weeks, Russian air and drone strikes damaged nearly 40% of Ukraine’s power generation and distribution infrastructure.
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