Russia destroys Severodonetsk-Lysychansk bridge again, 8 years after first blowing it up
The Russian army has once again destroyed the bridge between Severodonetsk and Lysychansk.
They first blew it up in 2014, but it was rebuilt two years later. On May 21, history repeated itself and the bridge was once again destroyed by Russian forces. Connections between the two cities remain.
Luhansk Regional State Administration Head Sergiy Gaidai shared the update in his Telegram channel.
"This is the second time. In July 2014, during the liberation of Lysychansk, Russians blew up the bridge during the retreat. Since then, communication between two cities with 200,000 residents has been difficult.
The bridge was rebuilt in 2016. Today the story has repeated.
There is a connection between cities," Sergiy Gaidai wrote.