Russians shelled Dnipro region: some settlements lost power and water
On Sunday, February 11, Russian occupation forces once again attacked the city of Pavlohrad in the Dnipro region with drones. It is noted that, preliminarily, there were no casualties.
This was reported by the head of the regional military administration (RMA) Serhiy Lysak. He also said that some settlements in two districts of the region are currently without electricity.
"No casualties. Fortunately. Currently, some settlements in Pavlohrad and Synelnyk districts are without electricity. There are problems with water supply. Medical institutions have been switched to alternative power supply," the official said.
According to him, the municipal authorities are doing everything possible to fix everything as soon as possible.
Earlier it became known that the Russian occupation forces launched a group of Shahed-136/131 kamikaze drones from the south on Sunday evening, February 11. Air alert was declared in a number of regions.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, Ukraine's air defenders repelled a Russian drone attack on the night of February 11, destroying 40 of the 45 attacking UAVs. Most of the drones were neutralized by air defense in the south, but there was also an arrival.