By Burc Eruygur
ISTANBUL (AA) - At least three people were injured in a missile strike on a residential building in eastern Ukraine’s Kharkiv region early Sunday.
“There is a hit in a residential building in the center of the city. There was a fire. Currently, three victims are known: a 54-year-old woman and two men, 51 and 55 years old,” Kharkiv Governor Oleh Synyehubov said in a message on Telegram.
Synyehubov noted that the 54-year-old woman was hospitalized with shrapnel wounds, while the two men were treated on the spot.
“Information about the victims is being verified. All emergency services are on site,” Synyehubov further said.
Kharkiv Mayor Ihor Terehov reported initially that two Russian S-300 missiles hit the center of Kharkiv in the Kyivskyi district.
Over 11 months have passed since Russia commenced its "special military operation" which led to the death of at least 7,110 civilians and 11,547 injuries, according to the latest UN figures.