An explosion occurred in occupied Berdiansk: power outages have begun
On Friday, September 29, a loud explosion was heard in the temporarily occupied Berdiansk, Zaporizhzhia region. After that, there were interruptions in electricity and water supply in a number of districts in the city.
The legitimate mayor of Melitopol, Ivan Fedorov, reported the "cotton" from the Russian invaders, citing residents of Berdiansk. He shared the first details on his Telegram channel.
"The occupants of the 'deep rear' continue to violate safety regulations," the official joked.
One of the local online communities wrote that the explosion was heard in the Kolonia neighborhood and in the Nagirna part of the city. The power supply began to work unstably after the explosion. Residents were advised to unplug their appliances. Some also had problems with water.
As of 13:45 on Friday, there was no detailed information about the nature and location of the explosion.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported:
- On September 23, "cotton wool" visited the Russian occupiers in Berdiansk and Tokmak, Zaporizhzhia region.
- On September 8, explosions occurred on the territory of the Berdiansk Municipal Lyceum, where the enemy set up one of the "polling stations" for illegal fake "elections."