Ukraine ‘Preparing For Nuclear Explosion’ As Russia Reduces Zaporizhzhia Plant Presence
On Tuesday, an explosion at the Nova Kakhovka dam, which sits on the Dnipro River in the Russian-controlled Kherson region of southern Ukraine, unleashed a massive wall of water flooding Kherson city, Kakhovka, and 80 villages located downstream of the dam. Upstream, many residents have suddenly found themselves with an unstable water supply The apocalyptic event has also led to the loss of power for some 12,000 residents in the area as the Ministry of Energy has proactively been cutting power to customers as there are concerns about maintaining the water levels in the cooling pools for the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant – Europe’s largest.
Europe’s largest nuclear power plant in Zaporizhzhia in southern Ukraine completely lost power for the sixth time in a year on Thursday amid a massive Russian missile attack. The most recent power outage contributed to mounting fears that a nuclear disaster with continent-wide implications could be on the horizon.
According to Inkerman, on Sunday, local sources reported that multiple explosions were heard around the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant which is currently under Russian control. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) also released a statement confirming local reports and noting that more than 12 powerful blasts were heard at the battered nuclear plant.
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