Russian towns in Kursk region lose power, one wounded after Ukraine attack: Governor

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Two towns in Russia’s western Kursk region lost electricity and a man was wounded on Wednesday after Ukraine dropped explosives on an electricity substation near the border overnight, the region’s governor said.

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“One of the workers received shrapnel wounds while restoring power supply. He is in the central district hospital and doctors are giving him all necessary treatment,” governor Roman Starovoyt said.

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