Lviv suffers partial blackout and lack of hot water after Russian missile attack
A Russian missile attack on the western Ukrainian city of Lviv has caused damage to critical infrastructure (Photo:lv.suspilne.media)
A Russian missile attack on the western Ukrainian city of Lviv has caused damage to critical infrastructure, knocking out hot water and power throughout the city, Lviv mayor Andriy Sadovyi reported on Telegram on Oct. 10.
Backup power generators have been switched on at several pumping stations to restore the city’s water supply.
The power outage has also knocked out a third of Lviv’s traffic lights, Sadovyi noted.
A mass missile attack struck numerous Ukrainian cities on the morning of Oct. 10, including the city center of Kyiv, the nation’s capital.
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