In Ukraine de-energized more than 200 settlements

В Украине обесточены более 200 населенных пунктов

To restore electricity involved brigade oblenergos

The most difficult energy supply situation is observed in Poltava, Luhansk and Chernivtsi regions.

As a result of difficult weather conditions in the night of Friday in Ukraine de-energized 204 villages in seven districts. About it reports gschs in summary on June 29.

“From 28 to 29 June as a result of complications of weather conditions (storm, wind) as a result of wear protection systems power lines de-energized 204 settlements in seven oblasts (Poltava – 58, Luhansk – 51, Chernivtsi – 45, Ternopil – 20, Dnipropetrovsk – 17, Kyiv – 11, Zaporizhia – 2)”, – stated in the message.

To restore electricity settlements involved brigade power companies.

It is also noted that in the village of Rubezhnoye in the Luhansk region as a result of rain and wind gusts damaged the roofs of 11 houses (5-storey and 6-nine) and felled more than 100 trees. To eliminate the effects of bad weather brought 14 pieces of equipment and 60 employees.

In addition, in five districts of Ivano-Frankivsk (Kalush, Gorodenkivska, Tlumach, Snyatynska and Dolyna), as a result of rain were flooded 79 private houses (water level 5-10 cm) and nine objects of social and production sphere.

For works by pumping water from the SSES involved 11 vehicles and 65 personnel. As of 7.00 on Friday the water was gone, the flooding of residential houses no.

We will remind, in the night of Thursday, June 28, in Ukraine because of the rain and wind gusts were de-energized 144 settlements in five areas.

Also Ukrainians warned of thunderstorms and squalls for most of the country.

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