Earlier on Sunday, Russia launched nearly three dozen drones into Kiev, Ukrainian officials said. Explosions continued in and around the Ukrainian capital for about two hours and debris fell in several urban areas.
The Ukrainian Air Force said the military destroyed 26 of 33 drones launched by Russia, all of which were targeting Kiev and its surrounding areas.
Reuters witnesses heard at least five explosions across Kiev, with explosions from air defense systems attacking targets lighting up the night sky.
A plume of smoke rose from between the buildings.
Kyiv resident Lyudmila said she heard the drone of an Iranian-made drone before the blast wave shattered the windows of her building and jars on the sill.
“It was a very scary experience – I don’t even have the words to describe it.”
Mayor Vitali Klitschko and the city’s military administration said debris from the downed drone fell in five different areas.
Klitschko said someone was injured.
State emergency services later reported debris falling in three areas but no serious damage.
Ruslan Kravchenko, the governor of the Kiev region, wrote on Facebook that the overnight strike resulted in damage to an unnamed piece of infrastructure and eight houses.
Russia had no immediate comment on the attack.
Moscow regularly carries out airstrikes against Ukrainian population centers far away from the eastern and southern fronts of its 18-month-old invasion.
Ukrainian officials said a Russian attack killed 17 people in the eastern city of Kostianevka on Wednesday.