Russian troops fired missiles on a mine belonging to Selydivvuhillia (Selediv Coal), a state-owned company in Donetsk Oblast, on the night of 21 November, killing one person.
Source: press service of the Ministry of Energy
Details: There were 22 workers in the mine at the time of the attack.
The mine was severely damaged by two missiles. A crater with a diameter of 10 metres was formed, buildings were destroyed, and power lines were damaged. The strike also damaged 19 vehicles, including cars and buses.
One of the workers on duty was fatally injured. The Ministry of Energy expressed its condolences to the family and friends of the deceased.
Repairs and rebuilding work are underway at the site.
Background: On the night of 18 November, an oil depot in Odesa Oblast was damaged in a Russian strike, and power grids in a number of oblasts were damaged due to attacks and technological disruptions.