Ukraine nuclear power plants ‘dangerously’ without power as towers feeding energy to Crimea blown up | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Ukraine nuclear power plants ‘dangerously’ without power as towers feeding energy to Crimea blown up

In an eerie reminder of a possible nuclear catastrophe, a senior Ukrainian energy official revealed that the attack on transmission towers that cut off the delivery of electricity from Ukraine to Crimea also created an emergency situation at nuclear power plants.

The apparent act of sabotage in Ukraine’s Kherson region forced an emergency power unloading at several Ukrainian nuclear power plants, which can be extremely dangerous, according to the first deputy director of Ukraine’s energy company Ukrenergo, Yuriy Katich.

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