In the northern and western regions of the city, as well as in Semenovka, Tambovka and several other surrounding villages, power was lost.
In Melitopol on the morning of Wednesday, March 29, explosions thundered. Melitopol mayor Ivan Fedorov announced new details.
According to him, there was a “thick blue fog in the area of the locomotive depot substation.”
The mayor added that in the northern and western districts of the city, as well as in Semenovka, Tambovka and several other surrounding villages, electricity was lost.
The information about the explosions was confirmed by the Russian invaders.
According to the collaborator, the so-called “member of the main council of the military-civilian administration” Vladimir Rogov, a series of explosions in Melitopol sounded around 5:30 in the morning, there were hits.
“The objects of the locomotive depot of Melitopol were hit. As a result of shelling of the city, the objects of the power supply system were damaged. Electricity was cut off in Melitopol and some nearby villages,” he said.
According to Rogov, according to preliminary data, there were no casualties.
It will be remembered that today explosions were heard in all areas of the occupied Melitopol.
Earlier, the mayor of Melitopol reported about a possible explosion of a substation near the village of Fedorovka of the Terpenevsky village council.
And the day before, he spoke about the explosion in the Russian barracks.
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