Olexandr Staruch, the head of the military administration of Ukraine’s Zaporozhye region, reported on Wednesday (November 29) that Russian attacks in the region during the night hit a gas distribution station. It caused a fire, which they put out in the meantime. The news was brought on Wednesday by the portal of the British newspaper The Guardian.
“In one village in the Zaporizhia region, a gas distribution station was damaged after a missile (apparently S-300) hit it. As a result, a fire broke out. It was quickly neutralized, but three streets remained without gas. Fortunately, no one was injured,” Staruch wrote early in the morning on the Telegram social network.