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Mayor tells about the consequences of the shelling of Lviv

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Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovyi posted a video in which he described the consequences of the night shelling by Russian occupiers. He reported a wounded citizen.

As you know, the attack on the Lviv region damaged overhead lines and electrical equipment. A total of 285 metering points were de-energized, and restoration work is underway, the agency said.

«Today is a difficult day. Drones attacked Lviv. First of all, our resident is now in the hospital: shrapnel wounds, fractures, shock. I spoke to the chief doctor, and he said there is no threat to his life; he should survive, but his condition is very serious.

As for the buildings themselves: 15 private houses were damaged, and there is an apartment building nearby where all the windows were blown out. Two office buildings were also damaged, with everything blown out and destroyed, including a car. One building is a research institute, and the other is a private company that deals with light and sound. Thank goodness people were not at their workplaces, because they sometimes like to work the ‘third shift.’ After all the investigative actions are completed, we will start restoring order: we will help the residents and help the business – it is our duty».

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