Three people were injured in the attack, and rescue teams are searching for an elderly woman who is believed to be trapped under the rubble.
A missile struck a residential building in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, killing one, injuring at least three others and causing extensive damage, regional governor Oleh Syniehubov said.
Images from the scene showed flames engulfing part of a residential building in the country’s second-largest city.
Syniehubov said on Sunday that the attack took place in a district of the city of Kyiv.
“Three people were slightly injured. Unfortunately, an elderly woman was killed,” Syniehubov wrote on Telegram. “Her husband was nearby when the impact happened and miraculously did not suffer serious injuries.”
Syniehubov told the media house Suspilna that rescue teams are looking for another missing old woman who could be trapped under the rubble.
“The fourth floor was destroyed. This is an old building,” he was quoted as saying. “We understand that the second and third floors were badly damaged. The whole part of the building is no longer habitable.”
Anatoly Torianyk, deputy head of the Kharkiv rescue service, said the building was made of wood. He said there were no indications of further casualties.