According to local authorities, fragments of an enemy missile fell in the Darnytskyi district of Kyiv on September 21. Among the victims is a 9-year-old girl.

This was reported by correspondent Oleksandr Kovalev on the air of "Breakfast with 1+1", who was at the scene.

He said that as a result of the night attack, non-residential premises were damaged, and the blast wave also damaged the windows of residential buildings around. Fragments of the rocket fell on the territory of the service station and damaged the dormitory of the vocational school. Students, according to available information, are still transferred to a shelter if necessary, and in fact, at the time of the explosion, most of the students were in the shelter, so there were no casualties there.

Doctors say they treated seven people, four people were treated on the spot, and three were hospitalized. Among the people who were treated at the hospital is a 9-year-old girl.

We managed to talk to her mother Marina. "At the time of the attack, we were at home, sleeping. Everything happened so fast that a second is a very long time for this. My daughter heard a milliwhistle, it was a fraction of a second," the woman says.

"She has a bunk bed, she got off it and at that moment our window was broken. My daughter has an open laceration, the doctors gave her first aid, took us to the hospital and stitched her up. In principle, her condition is satisfactory, but psychologically she is trembling. She is now in a safe place with my close relatives, but she is very traumatized psychologically," said the mother of the injured girl.

Liquidation from the consequences of the attack continues.

On the night of September 21, Russia launched a powerful missile attack on Ukraine. Explosions during an air raid rang out in Cherkasy, Khmelnytskyi, Vinnytsia, Rivne and Lviv regions. Read what is known about the attack HERE.