The mayor of the city warned that the city is switching to the work of diesel generators.
Lviv was left without electricity due to a massive rocket attack by the occupiers on the territory of Ukraine.
This was announced by Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovy.
“The whole city is without electricity. We are waiting for additional information from the energy experts. There may be interruptions in the water supply. Stay in shelters,” he wrote.
Later, Sadovy noted that trams and trolleybuses are not running in the city: “After the alarm is over, we will release additional buses on the roads.”
Also, due to the lack of electricity in Lviv, the supply of heating and water has been temporarily stopped.
“We are switching to the work of diesel generators,” added the mayor of Lviv.
Updated. As of 18:20, half of Lviv already has electricity. Water supply in the city has been restored by 70%. Some of the buildings are secured only on the first floors, but this is for some time, Sadovyi said.
“Heat. We are starting up the city’s CHP plants, we are working on restoring heat supply and hot water supply. If there is no emergency, kindergartens and schools will work as usual tomorrow. Public transport. More buses have been started for the evening. At the same time, we are restoring the operation of electric transport. 75% of the traffic lights are already working,” emphasized the mayor of Lviv.
Maksym Kozytskyi, the head of the Lviv OVA, reported that two missile strikes were recorded on an electrical substation in the Lviv region :
“Yavorivskyi, Lvivskyi and Chervonogradskyi districts are without electricity. Due to a missile attack on an energy facility in the region, emergency power cuts are applied. Planned outage schedules are not in effect.”
As UNIAN reported, on November 23, Russian troops launched another massive missile attack on the territory of Ukraine.