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Artillery shelling damages power line in Krymske, Luhansk region

The maintenance crews are now fixing the object, deputy governor says
13:47, 5 October 2018

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A power line was torn apart due to the artillery strike in Krymske, Luhansk region. Yuriy Klymenko, the deputy head of Luhansk state regional administration posted this on Facebook. 

'The enemy is trying to once again destabilize the situation in the region and spread the panic among those residing on the frontline', Klymenko said. 

According to him, the maintenance crews, including State Emergency Service workers already work to fix the problem.

Earlier, Mariinka checkpoint was modernized and furbished, and now it continues working. Oleksandr Kuts’, the head of Donetsk military and civil organization, reported that on Facebook. Two halls, air circulation system, video display,s and a toilet for the people with special needs were set. Water and power line communications are in place, as well. The administration spent about 300,000 dollars on the upgrades. The test project will soon be implemented in other entry-exit checkpoints in Donbas – in Novotroitske, Hnutove, and Mayorsk.

Last month, Donetsk filtering station was left without power because of bad weather. Therefore, water supply in Avdiivka was stopped. It was reported that Avdiivka residents would get water by the clock from the reservoir. 

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