At least two people have died and 23 people left injured following an attack on a medical facility in the central Ukrainian city of Dnipro on Friday.
A 69-year-old man "was just passing by when the rocket struck the city" and the body of another man "was pulled out of the rubble," said Serhii Lysak, head of the regional military administration.
He said that 23 people were wounded in the bombardment, with 21 of them hospitalized and three in a critical condition.
At least four people are missing following the attack in Dnipro, according to the Ukrainian Prosecutor General's Office.
The fire covered 1,000 square meters of the medical facility, where a three-story building was partially destroyed, Lysak added.
He added that rescue workers are searching for people under the rubble.
CNN geolocated the attack to Dnipropetrovsk City Hospital No. 14 and a veterinary clinic in an industrial district north of the Dnipro river in Dnipro.