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Illegal mining farm almost turn off electricity in the frontline ukrainian city

Illegal mining farm almost turn off electricity in the frontline ukrainian city

The illegal mining farm consumed so much electricity that it would a cause for turn off of part of the city in Ukraine.  

According to the Security Service of Ukraine, his employees found the illegal mining farm in Kharkiv. The equipment has been consuming electricity for hundreds of thousands of dollars per month. So much consumption could turn off part of the frontline city, including critical important parts of infrastructure.     

Reported by SSU, the owners of this farm are some locals. The investigation continues.

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