A railway station in eastern Ukraine was hit by Russian shelling, the chairman of Ukraine's state railway company said Monday, without providing a specific location.
"Last night another railway station in the east of Ukraine was shelled by Russian troops," chairman Oleksandr Kamyshin said on Telegram.
"They continue to hit, aiming at railway infrastructure. There are no casualties either among civilians or among railway workers."
Five locomotives were damaged, Kamyshin said, as well as tracks and power lines.
"But that's just iron, we will restore that," he said.
Some context: A railway station in Kramatorsk in eastern Ukraine that was being used by civilians trying to reach safety was hit in a Russian missile strike Friday, authorities said. At least 57 people were killed and 109 were wounded in the attack as of Sunday, according to Pavlo Kyrylenko, the head of the Donetsk regional military administration.
Mirroring recent denials of the indiscriminate killing of civilians in the Kyiv suburb of Bucha, the Russian Ministry of Defense said Friday the missile strike was a "provocation" and blamed Ukrainian forces.