The southern Ukrainian city of Mykolaiv came under a “massive missile attack” on Thursday morning, according to Vitalii Kim, head of the region’s military administration.
Reports from officials on the ground said the city was shelled by “more than 10 missile strikes” from a S-300 surface-to-air missile system.
One person was reported injured.
The shelling targeted the Mykolaiv Hotel, two educational institutions and a trolleybus depot, according to 1st Capt. Natalia Humeniuk, head of the United Coordination Press Center of the Security and Defense Forces of the South of Ukraine.