Civil-military administration decides how to block the pipeline to supply water to a bigger part of the town. This was announced by the head of the Krasnohorivka civil-military administration Oleh Lyvanchuk, Censor.NET reports 112 TV Channel.
"The shelling has not yet resumed. We have already conducted a survey of the damaged houses. There are about 20 houses damaged," Lyvanchuk said.
According to him, if the damaged pipe can be blocked, the residents of the center of Krasnohorivka will receive water by the end of the day.
In the morning of May 28, the militants shelled Krasnohorivka with BM-21 Grad rocket system, tanks and mortars. Several buildings were damaged. A school and a town's hospital caught fire. Eight local residents suffered injuries. The major part of Krasnohorivka remained without water supply.
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