Traffic reopens on DniproHES dam in Zaporizhzhya after Russian attack

DniproHES
DniproHES

"We have just reopened traffic along the Dnipro hydroelectric dam only four days after the enemy strike; those involved in the restoration have done incredible things," wrote local governor Ivan Fedorov on Telegram on June 5.

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"Everyone worked around the clock to ensure that Zaporizhzhya residents could move between the two banks safely and without traffic jams as soon as possible," he said.

Fedorov thanked everyone involved for their joint efforts and the city's residents for their patience.

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Russian attack on Ukraine's energy system on June 1

Russia attacked Ukraine's power grid with missiles from the Black Sea, Tu-95 aircraft, and suicide UAVs on June 1.

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A fire broke out at a critical infrastructure facility in Vinnytsia Oblast. Monitoring channels also reported explosions in Lviv, Khmelnytskyi, and Zaporizhzhya oblasts.

Russia attacked Ukraine's power system in five oblasts, according to the Energy Ministry.

Interior Minister Ihor Klymenko said four people were injured in Lviv Oblast as a result of the attack. A total of 60 civilians were injured.

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