After attack on Shchastya North of Lugansk Region lost electricity, 2 Ukrainian soldiers wounded.

Terrorists of so-called Lugansk People’s Republic shelled Shchastya city using mortars, grenade launchers and automatic weapon. As a result power block #13 at the Power Plant was stopped at 20:50 and the North of Lugansk Region were left without electricity. Few hours later at about midnight power supply was restored.

Damaged Power Plant in Shchastya

Damaged Power Plant in Shchastya

The territory of bus station and department of Emergency Service of Ukraine in Shchastya were shelled. 2 soldiers of 92nd Detached Mechanized Brigade were wounded. The building of former food base located near Shchastya Power Plant got on fire.

OSCE observers checking craters left from mortar fire in Shcastya

OSCE observers checking craters left from mortar fire in Shcastya

The situation in Stanytsia Luhanska was quiet for the last 2 days, just few gun shots were registered coming from the direction where terrorists are located. People are restoring the infrastructure in the town.

After another attack on Lugansk Power Plant in Shchastya the questions of power security of Lugansk Region was raised again. We discussed this subject many times. Lugansk Regions needs another power line that will help to protect ourselves and we will be able to give extra power to other regions.

– George Tuka, the head of Lugansk Region.

Reported by Lugansk Regional State Administration at www.facebook.com/odalug

High voltage power line broken in Shchastya

High voltage power line broken in Shchastya

On August 5 starting from 20.45 till 21.22 observers of Joint Centre for Control and Coordination (JCCC) registered mortar shelling of Shchastya city from the positions of terrorists located on Vesela Hora. JCCC made 4 attempts to stop the fire. As a result 82 mm mortars damaged high voltage power line “Lysychanska”

Destruction at Power Plant in Shchastya

Destruction at Power Plant in Shchastya

Shchastya city attacked again

Shchastya city attacked again

Reported by ATO Press Center at www.facebook.com/ato.news

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