Russia struck the outskirts of the southern Ukrainian city of Zaporizhzhia overnight into Friday, Oleksandr Starukh, head of the local regional military administration, said on Telegram Friday.
"Details of the incident are being investigated. Take care of yourselves!" he wrote.
The Dnipropetrovsk region, across the river from the Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, also reported shelling.
"Overnight, they shelled Marhanets and Nikopol with 'Grad' rockets and heavy artillery. At least 70 Russian shells landed in towns and villages," Valentyn Reznichenko, the head of the Dnipropetrovsk regional military administration, wrote on Telegram Friday.
He said there are no casualties, but details of the shelling are still being clarified.
Some context: The strikes come after a barrage of Russian missiles targeted Ukraine's critical infrastructure on Wednesday, causing a "blackout" in the country's power system, its energy minister told national television earlier. The head of the United Nations nuclear watchdog said Thursday it was providing onsite support to four more nuclear plants in Ukraine after power cuts disconnected them from the grid.