Local authorities in the Kharkiv region of Ukraine report that at least 31 people, including nine children, have been hurt as a result of a missile striking a residential building's parking lot.
At around 13:30 local time, what is thought to be a Russian Iskander missile touched down in Pervomaisky.
According to Ukrainian Prosecutor General Andriy Kostin, the region only has houses.
According to reports, among the injured were a one-year-old and a ten-month-old.
Targeting the residential buildings, according to Mr. Kostin, amounted to another war crime committed by Russia.
The regional governor of Kharkiv, Oleg Sinegubov, shared several images of the damaged building on Telegram. They displayed shattered windows, ominous smoke, and a flipping vehicle.
According to Anton Orekhov, the chairman of Pervomaiskyi, "at least half of the neighborhood is in an uninhabitable state.".
Moscow has previously refuted targeting civilians but has yet to respond to the incident.
Pervomaisky is a significant distance from the current fighting hotspots, which are primarily in the Donbas region, and is located about 90 kilometers (50 miles) south of the major city of Kharkiv.
However, the Kharkiv region saw intense fighting in the early stages of Moscow's invasion of Ukraine last year as Ukrainian forces there repelled Russian attempts to enter more of the territory.
Tuesday morning, Russia claimed to have shot down five Ukrainian drones aiming at Moscow and the surrounding area, but it made no mention of any casualties or property damage.