At least eight people were killed in a Russian drone strike in the Kyiv region, Ukraine's state emergency service said in a statement on Wednesday.
"As of 18:00 (6:00 p.m.), 8 people died, 7 people were injured and 1 person was rescued," the statement read. "Four people are likely to be under the rubble."
Earlier in the day, the state emergency service told CNN a Russian drone strike hit a residential building in the town of Rzhyshchiv, which is about 50 miles (85 km) southeast of the capital of Kyiv.
Andrii Niebytov, the Kyiv region police chief, previously said that a drone had struck a dormitory building.
Police and emergency services evacuated more than 200 people after the strike, Niebytov said.