A 9-year-old girl and her mother were among three people killed following Russian strikes on Kyiv early Thursday, Ukrainian officials said, as a clearer picture emerged of the victims and the damage.
In an update, Ukraine's national police said the girl, her mother, 34, and a 33-year-old woman died. Twelve others were injured, the police said.
Air defenses destroyed all 10 Russian missiles launched at the Ukrainian capital overnight, the General Staff of the Armed Forces said earlier
Falling debris from the missiles damaged a children's clinic, two schools and a police station, according to the Kyiv city military administration. A residential building was also damaged from the blast wave.
The administration had originally stated that two children were among the three people killed.
Correction: An earlier version of this post misstated the girl's mother's age. She was 34.