VORONEZH- In the border village of Tetkino, Kursk region, power supply was restored, which was disrupted as a result of shelling from the side of Ukraine, said the press secretary of the governor, Anastasia Gurina.The border village of Tetkino was again shelled by Ukraine on Thursday. As a result, one person died and another was hospitalized. In addition, 8 houses and 3 cars were damaged in the village, as well as power supply was disrupted.
Shelling in Tetkino damaged eight households and three carsMarch 2, 15:14“In Tetkino, power supply was restored for all consumers at 16:00 after today’s shelling from Ukraine,” Gurina told reporters.
In addition, according to her, Governor
Roman Starovoit instructed to strengthen security measures in the region.”In connection with the current average level of response and the “yellow” level of terrorist threat in the region, the protection of public order has already been strengthened. Special control is carried out at facilities that ensure the vital activity of the region,” Gurina added.In
the Glushkovsky district , on the territory of which the village of Tetkino is located, on January 29, the village of Krasnooktyabrsky was fired from mortars by Ukrainian troops, power lines were damaged. On the same day, in the neighboring village of Volfino, a repair team of electricians came under fire, one person was slightly injured.In addition, on May 19, 2022, two men came under fire in Tetkino, Glushkovsky district, one died, the second was hospitalized with shrapnel wounds, on October 6 a 72-year-old pensioner died of a heart attack during shelling, on October 10 a man and a woman were injured.