Two people were killed and six were injured during rocket attacks that took place last night in the eastern Ukrainian regions of Donetsk and Kharkiv, Ukrainian officials announced today, while the Ukrainian Air Force announced that the country’s air defenses shot down a missile and 9 of the 10 drones it launched at Russia during the night.

The Air Force said in a statement that Russian forces fired Iranian-made drones from Russian territory in various directions.

Ukrainian Interior Minister Viktor Klymenko said via the Telegram platform that rockets hit a hospital in the town of Selindove and a coal mine.

Two hospital buildings were damaged, six civilians were injured. There may be victims under the debris, the search is ongoing.” Klimenko stated.

One worker was killed in the mine attack, he added.

“Four buildings, 19 vehicles and a power line were damaged. Thirty-nine miners were trapped. At this time all the miners have surfaced,” he stated.

In Kharkiv, one person was killed by Russian shelling, regional governor Oleh Sinekhubov said.

Reuters reports that it was unable to confirm the information.