One witness reported hearing three explosions and then electricity being cut in Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city.
“There are no lights in certain areas of the city.” Ihor Terekhov, Kharkiv’s mayor, stated in Telegram the provision of information on casualties. He also reported a fourth attack.
Terekhov stated that an infrastructure facility was damaged and that authorities were trying to restore power as quickly as possible.
This was after a rocket attack against Kharkiv on September 9, in which only 10 people were hurt. Officials from Ukraine claimed the attack was revenge on Russia’s victories at the battlefield.
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