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Kryvyi Rih services managed to lower the water level which flooded part of the city after Russian missile strike

After working all night, Kryvyi Rih services managed to lower the water level which flooded part of the city after Russians attacked hydraulic structures by cruise missiles
The water in Inhulets river raised by 2 meters but started lowering in the morning after workers blew up to dams and and conducted other works. 5,000 people were left without water supply, more than 100 buildings were flooded because of the Russia strike, city governor Oleksandr Vilkul said.
Russian forces likely targeted the Karachun Dam to damage Ukrainian pontoon bridges further downstream, Institute for the Study of war estimated. This is likely in light of recent reports that Ukrainian troops are attempting to expand their bridgehead over the Inhulets River near Davydiv Brid as part of the ongoing Kherson counteroffensive.
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