The US and Ukraine have one important thing in common: both have an inventory of life-expired and outright dangerous infrastructure. TG / MasnoWed 5:38 pm Europe/London, 14 Sep 2022
The US and Ukraine have one important thing in common: both have an inventory of life-expired and outright dangerous infrastructure. TG / Masno
“The Karachunovskaya dam is 205 meters long and belongs to the 1st class of capital. Every spring it is strengthened by carrying out repair work, but despite this, the dam is swollen and corroded by time almost along its entire length.
Scientists say that in the event of a dam break, almost 300 million tons of water will pour into the city, flooding 70 km². The Central City area may be flooded above the third floor.
Tonight, the Russian Aerospace Forces launched a missile attack on the Karachunovskaya dam, after which the water level in the Ingulets River, downstream, began to rise. The official continues to monitor the situation with close attention”