In the city of Mykolaiv, after Russian terrorists blew up the dam at the Kakhovka HPP on Wednesday, June 7, the water level in the Dnieper began to rise. In the lowest accurate beaches in the Alluvium microdistrict, water approached public transport stops, dangerous dips are formed.
This was announced by Mykolaiv Mayor Oleksandr Senkevych.
As of 18:00, the water level in the city rose by 82 centimeters.
The most difficult situation is in the Namyv microdistrict, where local utilities have begun work on bank protection so that large water does not go further - to the roadway and to houses. — the shore is being strengthened.
Together with employees of communal enterprises, residents of a neighborhood threatened by flooding also worked.
The mayor of Mykolaiv appealed to local residents not to visit the dangerous area on the beach and not to walk along the lower embankment in the city center.
"Due to rising water, dips began to form there. Already two people almost hit them. It's good that there were no injuries," he wrote.
In Mykolaiv, after the explosion of the Kakhovka hydroelectric station, the water level rose and dips formed on the embankment / Photo: Telegram / Oleksandr Senkevych
Recall that the flood, which arose due to the destruction of the Kakhovka hydroelectric station by the occupiers, destroyed the bridge on the Ingulets River in Elizavetovka, Mykolaiv region.
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