Explosions occurred in the Ukrainian city of Pavlograd and a blackout ensued.

On the evening of February 11, Pavlograd, located in the Dnepropetrovsk region of Ukraine, was attacked by kamikaze drones, as a result of which most of the city was left without power supply. A message about the incident appeared on the official page of the Pavlograd City Council on social networks, where Mayor Anatoly Vershina called on residents to remain calm and promised that emergency services were already working to eliminate the consequences of the attack. It is noted that the city also has problems with water supply and heating.

The head of the Dnepropetrovsk regional military administration, Sergei Lysak, confirmed the information about the attack, clarifying that, fortunately, there were no casualties. He also reported problems with power supply in a number of settlements in the Pavlograd and Sinelnikovsky districts. In particular, hospitals were transferred to alternative power supplies.

The attack on Pavlograd began with an air raid warning in the Dnepropetrovsk region at about 21:22. The Ukrainian Air Force warned of the movement of kamikaze drones towards the city. According to monitoring channels, the drones approached the target in groups, and at approximately 22:45 p.m. the mayor reported a partial power outage. The situation remained tense throughout the evening and into the night, with periodic announcements and all-clears.


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