BREAKING: Ukraine reportedly launches attack on electrical substation in Russia’s Belgorod

BREAKING: Ukraine reportedly launches attack on electrical substation in Russia's Belgorod. Image: BAZA/Telegram

ACCORDING to early reports, a substation in the city of Shebekino, in Russia’s Belgorod region, is on fire following an attack from Ukraine. The power has reportedly gone out in the area.

Multiple videos have been shared on Tuesday, October 11 showing a fire at a electrical substation in Russia’s Belgorod after reports of an attack from Ukraine.

As a result, 2,000 people have been left without power after Ukraine bombed a power station, according to the governor of Russia’s Belgorod region.

According to Russia’s Ministry of Emergency Situations, police and firefighters arrived on the scene to try to eliminate the problem.

Vyacheslav Gladkov added there were no casualties from the strike or the resulting fire.

The incident comes months after a kamikaze drone belonging to the Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed a Russian communication tower in the Belgorod region.

On Monday, August 15, the Russian communication tower in the Belgorod Region, was reportedly monitoring Ukrainian military positions.

The footage was published on various Telegram channels at the time, with one stating: “The TV tower located in the territory of the Belgorod region took a horizontal position after a precise hit by the kamikaze UAV.”


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