Seven people are dead and 11 injured after Russia launched four missile strikes in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv, regional military governor Maksym Kozytskyy said.
The toll could rise further as rescue efforts continue, he added.
"The rubble is still being dismantled, so the numbers [are] not final yet," said Kozytskyy. "Three are heavily injured, a child is mildly injured."
Three missiles hit warehouses and a fourth hit a tire repair shop, said Kozytskyy.
Lviv Mayor Andriy Sadovyi said the strikes shattered windows in eight residential buildings as well as a school.
Maria Holovchak, who lives across the road from the tire repair shop, said her neighbor's windows were shattered. The 67-year-old told CNN she was in bed when she heard the explosions and saw her neighbors running out of the building.
"I prayed that God would protect us," she said.