In temporarily occupied Crimea, as a result of the storm, about 500,000 local residents were left without electricity and heat; by the morning, Crimeans began to complain about interruptions in water supply. According to local Telegram channels, the sea flooded houses, shopping tents and embankments.
The bad weather also caused road flooding. In Kerch, several districts have been cut off due to city flooding. The key route of the peninsula “Alushta – Sudak – Feodosia” is also flooded – traffic is now blocked there. According to weather forecasters, wind gusts reached 144 kilometers per hour.
In the city of Saki in western Crimea, a gas pipeline was interrupted, leaving 70 apartments in the city without gas. The occupiers called on residents to stock up on water, as interruptions in water supply are possible in the future. By the morning of November 27, Crimeans announced problems with water.
On the evening of November 26, 25 settlements were cut off from electricity in Crimea.
The invaders reported that due to a powerful storm, the Belbek River also overflowed its banks. Flooding of residential buildings began. The evacuation of people continues.
In total, Crimean propaganda media said that 63 trees and three billboards were recorded falling overnight. Specialists are eliminating the consequences of damage to the roofs of 20 houses, three buildings, and 17 vehicles.
- As of 7 am, 78 breaks in the contact network of city electric transport were recorded in Odessa – most trolleybuses and trams are not running. In addition, due to bad weather, part of the chimney pipe fell off at one of the most powerful boiler houses.
- From 7:30 am on November 27, entry into Kyiv for large vehicles is closed due to snowfall.
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