Russian shelling caused three large fires in Kherson overnight, after military forces attacked civilian settlements in the liberated southern city.
"Once again, the enemy chaotically shelled all neighborhoods almost all night. Rescuers extinguished fires under enemy fire," Ukraine's Emergency Service said on Telegram Friday.
One of the fires broke out in the warehouse of a shopping center, it said.
"A shell hit the department with pyrotechnic products, so the fire was accompanied by explosions and fireworks, and the enemy started shelling again," the Emergency Service added.
"The fire destroyed 8 pieces of equipment and racks of building materials adjacent to the building with a total area of 600 square meters."
Another fire was caused by a shell that hit a two-story residential building in one of the city's districts, while the third fire started after a shell hit a warehouse, according to the Emergency Service.
Kherson has come under an onslaught of Russian shelling in the last 24 hours, killing two people and injuring another nine -- including a five-year-old boy who was taken to hospital.