Russia targets DTEK's frontline thermal power plant: 5 power engineers wounded
On December 23, the invading Russian army attacked DTEK's frontline thermal power plant, injuring five power engineers
This was reported by the press service of DTEK, the largest energy company in Ukraine.
"Today, five power engineers working at DTEK's thermal power plant in the frontline region were wounded after intense shelling. Our colleagues were promptly provided with first aid and taken to hospital," the statement says.
DTEK noted that the company's equipment was also damaged. Power engineers will start repairing the damage after the shelling stops.
- On December 6, Russian forces attacked one of DTEK's frontline thermal power plants. The shelling left residents of one of the settlements near the plant without heating.