Russian missiles hit the industrial area and damaged two buildings, said the head of the Donetsk administration Pavel Kirilenko.
As a result of the shelling, a 71-year-old local resident was injured, a medical building was destroyed and three high-rise buildings were damaged, said the head of the city council, Alexander Goncharenko.
The administration of Chuguev, Kharkiv region, reported the fall of Russian C-300 missiles on a non-residential building. No casualties have been reported.
On November 24, The New York Times reported that a US-made AGM-88B missile fired by Ukrainian forces in September wounded three civilians in eastern Ukraine, hitting a residential building in Kramatorsk. As noted by the publication, this incident "represents a rare case in which US-supplied weapons were associated with civilian casualties during the nine-month conflict."