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LUGANSK, July 09. /ITAR-TASS/. Continuing combat operations between the pro-Kiev military and self-defense militia in east Ukraine’s Luhansk region have damaged the local gas pipeline network and left almost 10,000 families without household gas, the press office of the gas company Luhanskgaz said on Wednesday.
According to the company’s data, “the hostilities have damaged 62 gas distribution pipelines, 2 gas distribution points and 24 courtyard pipeline stretches.”
As a result, “1,188 apartments and 8,641 homes have been left without gas supply,” the press office said.