Ukrainian broadcasting in Zaporizhzhia disabled for nine hours due to a missile strike
The Russian missile strike on the night of January 16 disabled Ukrainian TV and radio broadcasting in Zaporizhzhia and the oblast – it was unavailable for nine hours. IMI representative in Zaporizhzhia oblast was informed of this by employees of local television companies.
As the TV company employees reported, the broadcasting was turned off due to a power shortage, which occurred because of the attack.
We remind that on the night of January 16, the Russian troops launched another missile attack on Zaporizhzhia and its suburbs. Civilian, residential, and industrial infrastructure objects were damaged. According to the head of ZOMA Oleksandr Starukh, nine people, including three children, were injured. According to Zaporizhzhia OMA, as a result of a S-300 missile hitting a residential building in downtown Zaporizhia, a five-story building was damaged by the blast wave. Five people, including two children, were injured by the debris and glass shards. The attack damaged a total of 15 residential buildings.
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