About 400 transformer substations remained without voltage in four districts of Donetsk.
In temporarily occupied Donetsk, four districts were left without electricity. Hundreds of miners remained underground. Interfax reported this in connection with the so-called “Ministry of Energy and Coal of the DPR” on Thursday, March 16.
“At 12:28 there was an emergency blackout of one of the main 220 kV Donetsk substations. About 400 transformer substations in Kiev, Voroshilovsky, Kuibyshev and Leninsky districts remained without voltage,” the report said.
As a result of the accident, the Zasyadko mine, the Gorky mine and the Skochinsky mine were also de-energized. There were 236 people in the mine at that moment. Work has begun to evacuate the miners.
Earlier it was reported that explosions thundered in Donetsk. The “arrival” allegedly took place in the city’s Petrovsky district, eyewitnesses confirmed.
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