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 1,400 consumers left without electricity in Luhansk region as Russian terrorists damaged power transmission tower

The Russian terrorist forces keep destroying energy utilities of the Luhansk region.

Censor.NET reports citing the statement by the press service of the Luhansk regional civil and military state administration.

"At 10:22 a.m., the local energy utility employees found that the 35 kW overhead power transmission line between Slovianoserbsk and Triokhizbenka was damaged by shelling. Some 1,400 residents of Triokhizbenka, Orikhove-Donetske, and Kalaus villages in Novoaidar district were left without power," the statement reads.

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The repairs aimed at restoring power supply kicked off at 11 a.m. today.

As reported, the power transmission line of 110 kW capacity was cut off as a result of the combat operations on March 14, which caused a blackout in Avdiivka. Donetsk filtering station and Avdiivka Coke Plant which supply water and heat to the residents of Avdiivka also left without power.
 
 
 
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