Ukrainian army's artillery strikes cut off electricity to most of Horlivka in DPR - mayor
DONETSK. March 1 (Interfax) - Five civilians have been injured and two-thirds of the town of Horlivka in the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) have been left without electricity as a result of artillery strikes mounted by the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Horlivka Mayor Ivan Prikhodko said on social media on Tuesday.
"In Horlivka, a 110Kw power line was ruptured. Two-thirds of the town are currently without electricity. I ask residents to stay calm. As of this morning, more than 15 houses were damaged as a result of strikes. Five people were injured," Prikhodko said.