Baza: another power line pylon was blown up in the Kursk region

In the Kursk region, the second power transmission line was blown up, Baza reports , citing sources.

According to Baza, the explosion occurred on the evening of August 9 in a cornfield near the village of Lyubitskoye. The damaged support is located 20 kilometers from the Kursk nuclear power plant and 100 kilometers from the border with Ukraine. The publication clarifies that the explosion did not affect the power supply of the region.

On August 4, Baza reported damage to a pole in Kurchatov's private sector. The distance between the two damaged pillars is about 15 km. Then the governor Roman Starovoit said that the fall of the support led to power outages in Kursk and surrounding areas.

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