Russian forces bombed an art school in the city of Mariupol, Ukraine where 400 people sought shelter, Ukrainian officials announced on Sunday.
Ukrainian officials stated that the entire building was reduced to rubble, and claimed that there were likely many people trapped under the debris.
As of Sunday evening, no official figure regarding causalities has been released.
Mariupol, a vibrant port city in southern Ukraine, has been heavily targeted by Russian shelling in the past two weeks and more than 30,000 people are estimated to have fled already. At least 2,500 civilians have been killed so far in the city, Ukraine officials say.
Mariupol art school targeted in Russian bombing
According to Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky, hundreds of thousands of people in Mariupol are stuck in the city without basic necessities such as heat, electricity, or water as Russian troops siege the city.