Russian strikes in southern Ukraine, no injuries reported

Russian strikes in southern Ukraine, no injuries reported

Ukrainian officials reported Russian strikes in two southern regions late Saturday and early Sunday morning.

The attacks damaged buildings, but no one was killed or wounded.

Oleksandr Starukh, head of the Zaporizhzhia regional military administration, said several strikes were reported in a village.

The strikes did not cause any casualties, but they did break windows and damage roofs on homes, and power lines were damaged, according to Starukh.

The head of the region's military administration, Valentyn Reznichenko, said in the nearby Dnipropetrovsk region, officials reported shelling near the town of Nikopol.

He said Russians 10 times shelled peaceful towns and villages with 'Grad' and heavy artillery.

He said that homes, garages and power lines were damaged in one community. He said that the scenes of shelling in other areas are being inspected and details of the attacks are being clarified.