Russian forces shelled the Ukrainian region of Kherson 54 times on Saturday, a local official said.
Some residents have evacuated the recently liberated Kherson city and surrounding villages over the past week. More may follow, as authorities urge Ukrainians to heed warnings about Russian shelling and inconsistent power supply ahead of a harsh winter.
The latest round of shelling killed one person and left two other people, including a child, wounded, said Yaroslav Yanushevych, head of the Kherson region military administration.
The attacks hit residential buildings, a garage and a school building, Yanushevych said on Telegram.
Shelling was reported in at least eight other areas in the broader Kherson region, he added.