Russia’s mass attack on Ukraine: 40 substations left without power yesterday

Russia’s mass attack on Ukraine: 40 substations left without power yesterday

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On September 11, 2022, a total of 40 substations of different voltage levels were left without electricity due to Russia’s mass attack on the territory of Ukraine. Four power engineers were killed.

The relevant statement was made by Ukrainian Energy Minister German Galushchenko on Facebook, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.

“One of the most massive attacks on energy infrastructure took place yesterday. Zmiivska Thermal Power Plant (TPP) and three high-voltage substations were shelled; 40 substations of different voltage levels were left without power; two 750-kilowatt and five 330-kilowatt overhead lines were disconnected,” Galushchenko wrote.

This morning electricity supply services have been fully restored in Poltava Region and Donetsk Region. Meanwhile, 1,700 household consumers are still left without electricity in Sumy Region, about 3,000 – in Dnipropetrovsk Region and 12,000 – in Kharkiv Region.

According to the preliminary data, four power engineers were killed and three more injured.

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