KHARKIV, UKRAINE, Jan 29 —  Power engineers have restored electricity in the Kyivskyi district of Kharkiv after a missile attack on 23 January.

This was reported by the press service of Kharkivoblenergo [a regional power distribution company in the Kharkiv region, owned by the state — ed.]

Specialists installed a complete transformer substation to supply electricity to the switchboards of seven disconnected high-rise buildings on Akademika Proskury Street.

Read more: Russia Attacked Downtown Kharkiv — In Photos

The Russian missile attack left three multi-story buildings without electricity.

What is known about the shelling of Kharkiv on 23 January

On 23 January, at around 04:00 a.m., there were explosions in the city. According to Kharkiv Mayor Ihor Terekhov, the Russian army struck a residential and civilian area.

Around 07:14 a.m., the Russian army hit Kharkiv with missiles, residents heard at least six explosions. The missile attack destroyed the entrances to a multi-story building in the Kyivskyi district of Kharkiv.

According to the head of Kharkiv regional police, Volodymyr Tymoshko, Russians hit Kharkiv twice in the same locations, injuring police officers who were sorting through the rubble in the aftermath of the first attack. 

At about 10:00 p.m. on January 23, the Russian army shelled Kharkiv for the third time in 24 hours. The missile attack wounded nine people, including a four-year-old girl. The shelling wounded a journalist from the Nakypilo media outlet, Anna Miasnykova. 

During the third attack, the Russians hit the Kyivskyi and Kholodnohirskyi districts of Kharkiv. There is information that the Russian military used S-300 missiles. The missile attack damaged private houses, buildings of an educational institution, a postal and telecommunications company, cafes, and cars.

On 23 January, the Russian missile attack on Kharkiv killed 11 civilians. The search and rescue operation at the site of the tragedy lasted more than a day.