At least one person killed in overnight attack on Zaporizhzhia city, 17,000 people left without heating

Following the overnight shelling of the city of Zaporizhzhia by Russian troops, one local was killed, while 123 blocks of flats were left without heating, head of the Zaporizhzhia region Oleksandr Starukh and secretary of the Zaporizhzhia city council Anatolii Kurtiev report.

“Missile explosions led to central heating pipelines getting damaged and heat no longer being supplied to 123 blocks of flats, in which over 17,000 people live,” Starukh writes.

He also reports that heat supply has already been restored in 60 buildings, promising to turn back the heating for all other affected residents by 11 PM.

At the same time, Kurtiev says that the Russian army shelled an infrastructure facility. Five missiles hit the facility. He also reports that one local was killed as a result of the attack.

Member of the “military-civilian administration council” of the Russia-occupied part of the Zaporizhzhia region Vladimir Rogov reports that an “ammunition depot” as well as “aircraft repair production facilities on the territory of the Motor Sich factory used for production of aircraft engines AI-450 and parts for UAVs” were hit in the city of Zaporizhzhia.

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