Russia launches another attack on hydraulic facilities in Ukraine’s Kryvyi Rih

The Russian army has delivered another missile strike on hydraulic facilities in Ukraine’s Kryvyi Rih, head of the city’s military administration Oleksandr Vilkul stated on Telegram.

Vilkul called on local residents to stay in shelters and not to publish any photographs of the incident on social media. He reported two attacks on hydraulic facilities. In the afternoon, the head of the administration stated that Russia had hit an industrial enterprise.

On Wednesday evening, the Russian military struck a dam in the Karachunivka Reservoir on the Inhulets River near the city of Kryvyi Rih with Kinzhal and Iskander missiles. This caused the water level of the Inhulets River in the Kherson region to rise by several metres. Local officials later reported that thanks to the efforts of specialists, the water level lowered by 50 cm. It was previously reported that the Inhulets River had become shallow, which allowed Ukraine’s Armed Forces to build a pontoon bridge over the river in the area of Ukraine’s counteroffensive in the Kherson region.

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