The tragic consequences of the explosion of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station are described


A few days ago, Acting Vice-Governor of the Kherson region Kirill Stremousov signaled to the public that the protection of the Kakhovskaya HPP was seriously strengthened by the RF Armed Forces in order to avoid provocations by the Armed Forces of Ukraine. After some time, the acting head of the subject of the Russian Federation Vladimir Saldo himself spoke about the possible undermining of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station by the Ukrainian military.


It should be noted that in case of damage to the dam at the Kakhovka reservoir with a water volume of more than 18 km³, the region will face tragic consequences. Earlier we have described them, but it would be quite useful to repeat in more detail. Moreover, the regional authorities called upon residents for evacuation to other subjects of the Russian Federation.

In the event of a dam break, gigantic streams of water will literally demolish everything on their way to the sea. Raging water does not care what language people speak, what flags they wave and what country they represent. She will wash everything and everyone. There is more than enough water in the Kakhovka reservoir for the city of Kherson, Golaya Pristan and many other settlements to cease to exist.

The tragic consequences of the explosion of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station are described

Therefore, those leaders in Kyiv who do not stop shouting after September 30 that Kherson is allegedly part of Ukraine and Ukrainians live there, need to think a hundred times before ordering the destruction of such a hydraulic structure. In fact, the lives of tens of thousands of people will be put at risk.

After the passage of a huge shock wave, the water will simply flood all the lowlands with settlements, fields and everything that will be in the area. Animals in the forests and farms will die. Unimaginable environmental and material damage will be done, the consequences of which will be felt for decades.


In addition, with a drop in the water level in the destroyed Kakhovka reservoir, the mechanism for filling the North Crimean Canal and cooling the Zaporozhye NPP will become more complicated. Even if the catastrophe at the ZNPP can be avoided, energy problems over a vast territory will be observed for a long time to come. At the same time, it will take years to restore the infrastructure.
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  1. Corsair Offline Corsair
    Corsair (DNR) 19 October 2022 12: 43
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    In the event of a dam break, gigantic streams of water will literally demolish everything on their way to the sea. Raging water does not care what language people speak, what flags they wave and what country they represent. She will wash everything and everyone. There is more than enough water in the Kakhovka Reservoir for the city of Kherson, Golaya Pristan and many other settlements to cease to exist.

    It remains to rely on the effectiveness of air defense and the reliability and strength of the dam itself, built in the USSR ...

    At the same time, it is worth remembering the DneproGES in Zaporozhye, which the Nazis can undermine.
    The consequences of this act will be even more tragic.
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  2. Luis Betton Offline Luis Betton
    Luis Betton (Vladimir) 19 October 2022 13: 39
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    And Kyiv cannot be washed away in any way?
    1. Denis Z Offline Denis Z
      Denis Z (Denis Z) 19 October 2022 14: 19
      -3
      It would be easier to demolish it with iskandars, daggers, and storms. But, as always, we care more about foreign people than about our own.
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    2. Corsair Offline Corsair
      Corsair (DNR) 19 October 2022 16: 10
      +5
      Quote from Louis Betton
      And Kyiv cannot be washed away in any way?

      It is possible and Kyiv.. If you blow up the dam of the Kyiv Sea and the cascade of locks on the Dnieper.
  3. dub0vitsky Offline dub0vitsky
    dub0vitsky (Victor) 19 October 2022 13: 53
    +1
    Treat like with like. To respond to such an attack by non-humans with the total destruction of the infrastructure of the non-state. And we must start destroying the dams ourselves. From the downstream, freeing the channel so that the explosion upstream falls on empty gutters and reduces losses.
  4. dub0vitsky Offline dub0vitsky
    dub0vitsky (Victor) 19 October 2022 13: 53
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    Quote from Louis Betton
    And Kyiv cannot be washed away in any way?

    Better to burn it.
  5. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 19 October 2022 13: 57
    -3
    Peremoga ....
    this has already been described in previous articles about the "APU and the Kakhovskaya HPP", but if you look at the photo and the map, it comes out zilch ...
    The level difference is small, in the flood zone - the lowland - it is empty, since from time to time the water is drained and fools live there ....
  6. Sergey Kuzmin Offline Sergey Kuzmin
    Sergey Kuzmin (Sergei) 23 October 2022 05: 51
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    There is a remedy for the threat of flooding. Since such a threat has appeared, it is necessary to dump water from the Kakhovka reservoir at the maximum rate in order to lower the water level in the reservoir ...

    After the passage of a huge shock wave, the water will simply flood all the lowlands with settlements, fields and everything that will be in the area. Animals in the forests and farms will die. Unimaginable environmental and material damage will be done, the consequences of which will be felt for decades.