"Apocalypse is possible": Klitschko warns Kyiv may lose electricity, heat and water supply
Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko said that if water, heat and light completely disappear in the Ukrainian capital after Russian air strikes, some residents will be forced to evacuate
Vitali Klitschko told this in an interview with Reuters.
He noted that if the missile attacks on the infrastructure continue, the situation may become critical.
“Kyiv might lose power, water, and heat supply. The apocalypse might happen, like in Hollywood films, when it's not possible to live in homes considering the low temperature,” Vitali Klitschko said.
He also noted that Kyiv does not have enough heated shelters to accommodate the city's entire population, so people should be prepared for possible evacuation if the situation worsens. Currently, there is no need for evacuation.
Klitschko added that if there is no electricity and temperatures are low, city authorities will be forced to drain water from homes because it can freeze and burst pipes, rendering the premises unusable.