Russians cut off power to pumping station, leaving 9 settlements without water in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast
Russian forces attacked the Nikopol district of Dnipropetrovsk Oblast twice, using heavy artillery and anti-aircraft missiles, on the night of 6-7 February. One of the pumping stations has been cut off from the power grid, leaving nine settlements without water.
Source: Mykola Lukashuk, Head of Dnipropetrovsk Oblast State Administration
Quote: "The Russian occupiers deployed heavy artillery and anti-aircraft guns to hit the Nikopol district. That night, the enemy attacked the district twice, firing about four dozen shells at the Marhanets hromada [an administrative unit designating, in this case, a town of Marhanets and its adjacent territories – ed.]."
Details: Lukashuk reported that the shelling damaged power lines, due to which one of the pumping stations in the hromada was cut off from the power grid. As a result, nine settlements, amounting to approximately 60,000 consumers, were left without water.
Apart from that, Russians damaged four private residential buildings, an outbuilding, power transmission lines, and a gas pipeline.
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