A fire broke out at an electrical substation in Belgorod, Russia, near the border with Ukraine, local authorities said on Friday. Parts of the city ran out of electricity. In turn, writes the NEXTA website, several missiles fired towards Ukraine probably flew to the wrong place.
The city’s Thermal Power Station “Luch” is on fire in #Belgorod
It is reported that several missiles launched toward #Ukraine flew to the wrong place. There are problems with the light in the city.
Local media publish footage of the “arrival” at the power substation. pic.twitter.com/Mjow0WQNVC
— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) October 14, 2022
As the portal Novaya Gazeta. Yevropa writes on social media, internet users wrote about a missile that hit a thermal power station. Part of the city was deprived of electricity supply.
Later, regional authorities reported that the fire had already been extinguished.
The Ukrainska Pravda website recalls that explosions were heard near Belgorod on Thursday evening. The authorities announced that an ammunition depot had exploded. The Armed Forces of Ukraine were accused of the shelling.