Due to the damage to hydrotechnical structures in Kryvyi Rih after the missile strike, 79 residential buildings remain flooded – the water level in the areas affected by the enemy attack is gradually decreasing.
Deputy Head of the Office of the President Kyrylo Tymoshenko reported this in Telegram.
“As a result of the concerted actions of our services, the water is leaving. This can already be observed on the example of Mershavtseva Park. Yesterday, the maximum water level there reached 190 cm, now it is 65 cm. And this positive dynamic will continue to be observed”Tymoshenko wrote.
It also became known that an hour ago the work on the installation of another gate was completed, which affected the volume of water leakage. Currently, units of the State Emergency Service are pumping out water from four affected houses in the Ingulets district and seven more houses in the Central City district.
The deputy head of the OP noted that currently 79 out of 116 private residential buildings and homesteads remain flooded.
“We work there too. Liquidation works are in full swing”– Tymoshenko added.
It will be recalled that the Russian occupiers launched a new rocket attack on Kryvyi Rih in the Dnipropetrovsk region in the afternoon of September 15.
In the evening of September 14, Russia launched eight cruise missiles over Kryvyi Rih – the target was hydrotechnical facilities.
Oleksiy Arestovych believes that the occupiers planned to wash away the pontoon bridges of the Ukrainian military on the Ingulets River with their strike.