A number of people died and at least nine Russian soldiers were injured in an unexplained incident on Monday at a nuclear power plant in central Ukraine, the mayor of the city of Enerhodar said.
Mayor Dmytro Orlov, who is not in the Russian-occupied city, said the Russian troops "were urgently delivered to the city hospital with injuries of varying severity. Some had been hospitalized and one was in intensive care."
"There are also dead people, but we cannot give their exact numbers at the moment," he said.
There has been no word from the Russian side on what happened. The Russians occupied Enerhodar and the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant early in March.