Russian strikes across the Ukraine a day earlier, according to information released by Ukraine on Tuesday, resulted in at least 19 fatalities and more than 100 injuries.
“According to preliminary data, 19 people were killed and 105 more were injured,” Ukraine’s emergency services said on Facebook.
14 people were originally reported deceased and 97 injured by the emergency services.
On Monday, Ukraine as a whole was subjected to widespread retaliatory attacks after Moscow accused Kiev of being responsible for an explosion on a bridge linking Russia and Crimea, a peninsula Moscow annexed from Ukraine in 2014.
Ukraine reported that Russian soldiers had launched more than 80 missiles at cities throughout the nation, including the capital Kyiv, destroying energy installations in particular.
Following the attacks, the emergency services reported that more than 300 communities were without electricity throughout the county.
The emergency services also reported that Russia attacked Zaporizhzhia, a Ukrainian-controlled city in the same region that Moscow claimed to have annexed, early on Tuesday morning.
They said that in the most recent of several assaults on the city over the previous week, 12 S-300 missiles were fired against “civilian” infrastructure and one person was killed.