At least five people were injured by what Ukraine says was a Russian missile strike on a museum in Kupyansk, in the eastern Kharkiv region, officials said on Tuesday.
“The enemy struck the center of Kupyansk. The building of the Local History Museum was hit,” the head of the Kharkiv regional military administration, Oleh Syniehubov, said in a Telegram post.
Syniehubov said five civilians were injured and at least two more people are under the rubble, and added that Ukrainian emergency services were working on the scene.
Russian forces allegedly used an S-300 surface-to-surface missile to target Kupyansk, according to the Ukrainian President’s chief of staff, Andrii Yermak.