Three missiles hit critical infrastructure facility non-power supply one in Lviv region: no outages — Head of Oblast Military Administration
On February 16, three missiles hit a critical infrastructure object in the Drohobych district during a nighttime shelling of the Lviv region. Maksym Kozytskyy, Head of Lviv Oblast Military Administration, spoke about the consequences of the attack and the energy situation in the area during a briefing at the Media Center Ukraine — Ukrinform.
“The hitten facility is not a link of the electric power supply chain, so there were no outages. The fire is out, and the consequences have been eliminated. There were no casualties as a result of the missile strike, and people were in shelters. The nearby public sector facilities at the epicenter of the explosion were damaged. We will assist the community with the reconstruction,” — said Kozytskyy.
According to the Head of the Oblast Military Administration, there have been almost no power outages in the region over the past few days.
“The electricity consumption schedule corresponds to the limit set for the Lviv region. If, in the future, Ukraine’s power supply will be the same, it’ll be enough to cover consumption. But it all depends on possible further enemy attacks,” said Kozytskyy.
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