The mine's gas pipeline was broken due to shelling at the Zasyadko coal mine in occupied Donetsk, where both faces were flooded after the accident in September. This was reported on October 26 by separatist media.
The outgoing degassing unit was seriously damaged, the pressure in the unique cogeneration gas station (CGS) of the mine dropped.
"The pressure on the СGS did not fall critically, this did not affect the operation of the enterprise, now our experts have already begun to repair the damage to the outgoing gas pipeline", - the message says with reference to the workers of the mine.
The occupiers traditionally accused the AFU of the shelling, having kept silent that it were occupation forces of the Russian Federation that regularly violate the Minsk agreements on the ceasefire in the Donbas.
As OstroV reported, fire broke out at the Zasyadko mine on September 23, one miner died. It was reported in the local segment of social networks that the situation at the mine was critical, and this accident could lead to the mine closure. Also, the leadership was changed at the emergency mine named after Zasyadko.
It will take up to six months to repair the emergency sections of the Zasyadko mine in occupied Donetsk, but it is not yet clear whether it will work at all.