A Ukrainian drone crashed into the roof of a train station in the Russian city of Kursk, injuring five people and causing a fire, regional governor Roman Starovoit said.

“Ukrainian drone attack in Kursk,” Starovoit wrote on the Telegram app, “according to preliminary information, it crashed into the roof of the station building, and then a fire broke out on the roof.”

“Five people were slightly injured by glass fragments,” he added, clarifying that rescue services are on the scene.

Kursk is about 90 kilometers from Russia’s border with Ukraine.

Russian authorities said for their part that another drone attack against Moscow was prevented.

According to the Russian Defense Ministry, cited by TASS, the drone was spotted over the Stupinsky sector in the Moscow region while heading towards the capital.

It was destroyed by means of electronic warfare and crashed without causing any casualties or damage, the ministry said, denouncing an attempted “terrorist attack” by the Kiev regime.

TASS also reported that Domodedovo and Vnukovo airports serving the Russian capital were briefly closed before resuming operations.