Medics were able to save the life of one of the three people who authorities said was killed in the Russian attack on the city of Zaporizhzhia in southeast Ukraine on Wednesday, according to Ihor Klymenko, the country's minister of internal affairs.
Klymenko said two people were killed and seven have been injured in the attack.
"Initially, there was information about three dead. Fortunately, one person was resuscitated. Police paramedics assisted the doctors at the scene," Klymenko said.
"Rescuers quickly extinguished the fire in the outbuilding. The police conducted door-to-door checks of the residential buildings. No one was found dead or injured. People who are injured were outside at the time of a strike," he said.
"An air raid alert is now in effect in Zaporizhzhia region. Do not neglect safety rules," Klymenko said.
Earlier, President Volodymyr Zelensky had said three people were killed in the attack.
"The rescue operation is underway. All victims will be provided with the necessary assistance. And this war crime of Russia will certainly face its sentence. And the response to Russian terrorists will be on the frontline - thanks to our heroic warriors," Zelensky said in a Telegram post.
Yurii Malashko, head of the Zaporizhzhia region military administration, said the number of those injured "may increase as windows in many apartments were smashed and glass shattered."
A church and retail outlets were some of the buildings destroyed in the attack, Malashko added.
This post has been updated to reflect the latest death toll announced by authorities.