A secondary school in Ukraine’s second largest city was destroyed after it was hit by a Russian missile around 4 a.m. local time, the head of the regional administration, Oleh Synehubov said in a Telegram post on Monday.
“Today at 4 in the morning, the Russian occupiers launched an insidious missile attack on the Shevchenkovsky district of Kharkiv,” Synehubov wrote.
The terrorists chose a secondary school as their target. Now the rescuers are clearing the debris."
Synehubov added that there were no injuries.
According to Synehubov, there were strikes in other areas of the Kharkiv oblast, with at least three dead and six injured in the village of Bezruky, Dergachi community in Kharkiv region.