More than 2,500 families in the Marganets community were left without electricity by shelling.
The invaders fired again at the Dnepropetrovsk region. In Nikopol and on its outskirts, enemy “arrivals” damaged the water supply and power lines, and up to 10 houses were also damaged.
This was announced by the chairman of the Dnepropetrovsk regional military administration Valentin Reznichenko in Telegram.
“The Nikopol region is under enemy gunpoint again… the Russians fired heavy artillery and Grad missiles at the Nikopol and Marganets communities three times. They fired more than 40 shells… Previously, people were not injured,” he said.
The head of the Dnipropetrovsk regional military administration notes that in Nikopol and on its outskirts, Russian shells mangled up to 10 houses, several outbuildings, cars, water supply and power lines.
“In the Marganets community, shelling left more than 2,500 families without electricity. Energy workers are already working,” Reznichenko wrote and added that in other areas “sirens were screaming at night,” however, there were no attacks and for the moment calmly.
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