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DONETSK, August 18. /ITAR-TASS/. A water purification plant, the main water supply source in the embattled city of Donetsk, is halted over broken power lines, the city mayor’s office said on Monday.
“It is impossible to assess the scale of damages and duration of restoration works due to military actions. Measures to deliver drinking and technical water to city residents are being discussed,” the mayor’s office said.
City authorities also asked city residents with water wells to provide their neighbors with water.
As many as 88 transformer power substations also remain without power supply in the city.