Ukraine Fires 6 HIMARS at Power Station/Dam trying to Flood Kherson – all Intercepted!

The Ukrainian Nazi Army fired six (6) American-supplied HIMARS Multiple Launch Rockets at the Kakhovskyaya Hydroelectric Power Plant, shown above, in an effort to cause massive flooding of the Kherson region, for leaving Ukraine and becoming part of Russia.  All 6 HIMARS shells were intercepted and destroyed.

The location of this power station is shown on the small map below:

Had the Dam been hit and collapsed, all the water to the north of the Dam would have gone into uncontrolled release.  The flooding would have been forty feet deep in parts of Kherson located south of the Dam.

Yesterday, acting on covert intelligence, the Russians began evacuation of the civilian population in areas of Kherson likely to have been affected if the Dam was destroyed and flooding came in.   Upwards of sixty thousand (60,000) civilians evacuated, some of whom are shown in the news video below:

Meanwhile, Ukrainian forces launched another offensive against Kherson, in the exact same locations as their prior failed attempts:

The Ukraine Nazi Army went on the offensive in the south, trying to break through to Berislav in the Kherson region. Ukraine has even brought a reserve into battle.  It appears it is not possible to for Ukraine to break through now.  The battlefield map below tells the story:  

Russian Su-25 attack aircraft and Ka-52 “Alligator” helicopters are working on the Nazis and stopping them for now.

The fighting is described as “fierce.”

ZAPOROZHYE

Elsewhere of note, Ukrainian troops on at least 30 boats tried to land in Energodar to capture the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant – again.

The battle went on for several hours, the sortie was stopped because most of the Ukrainians have been killed by the Russian Army.

At this hour (8:29 AM EDT) Energodar is completely de-energized due to a missile attack on the Luch substation, restoration work is underway.

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