Russians darken part of Kyiv with missile strike, leaving residents without power, heating

As a result of the Russian attack, two high-voltage lines were damaged by missile fragments in the capital. Some consumers on the left bank are currently without electricity, reported the mayor of Kyiv Vitaliy Klitschko on Telegram.

In addition, the heat supply main on the left bank of the capital was damaged as a result of the enemy attack.

"Specialists are finding out the scope and will immediately start repair work," Klitschko added.

DTEK energy company clarified that due to the attack of the Russian military on Kyiv, there was an emergency power outage in the Dniprovskyi district. Some residents were left without electricity.

"As soon as the security situation allows, the power company will inspect the equipment, find out the reasons and do everything possible to restore the electricity as soon as possible," the message says.

Ukrenergo also reported that due to damage in the distribution networks, there is a disconnection of consumers in Kyiv.

"Emergency restoration work will begin immediately after the all-clear is given and the military gives permission. Main networks are operating in normal mode," the message reads.

DTEK promised to restore power to consumers within 3-4 hours.

By the end of the day, it is planned to restore the normal operation of power grids that were damaged as a result of the Russian attack. In total, 19,400 subscribers lost power in the Dniproskyi and Desnyanskyi districts.

Today, the Russian Federation launched missiles from the Tu-95MS, ballistic missiles and Shahed attack drones. Explosions were heard in Kharkiv, Mykolaiv and Kyiv.