“Another line, that provides power to the city from Krasnodon, was
damaged in the continuing attacks on the regional center. As a result,
Luhansk was fully left without power,” the city council reported on July 31.
Residential buildings and social infrastructure objects, including
healthcare establishments, are now without power. Hospitals are
temporarily getting power from electric generators, but the city’s fuel
resources are nearly exhausted.
The city’s pumping stations have stopped due to the blackout and the city is having serious problems with water supplies.