In Enerhodar, three Russian combat vehicles destroyed overnight Saturday

In Enerhodar, three Russian combat vehicles destroyed overnight Saturday

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In the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant’s satellite town of Enerhodar, three units of Russian military equipment, parked at the entrance to a local hotel, were destroyed last night.

That’s according to Enerhodar Mayor Dmytro Orlov, who broke the news on Telegram, Ukrinform reports.

"On the night of July 30, it was really hot in Enerhodar, literally. In one of the districts, right outside the VP ZAES hotel, several explosions rang out, causing a fire. It was later put out involving special emergency equipment," the mayor wrote.

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According to the available information, three units of Russian military equipment, which had been blocking the hotel entrance, were blown up.

There are no victims among the civilians, while the explosion shattered windows in the houses nearby.

The mayor urged town residents to trust only official sources of information and await verified and reliable details about the latest "fireworks."

As reported, Enerhodar has been captured by the Russian military since March 4. A self-proclaimed administration has been "appointed" in town.

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