Two people have been killed in Ukrainian shelling in a Russian village, the local governor said

(CNN) Subsequently, two civilians died in a village in the Bryansk region of Russia Ukrainian shellingAccording to a local governor.

Bryansk’s governor, Alexander Bogomaz, said in a message on his Telegram channel early Sunday that a strike “unfortunately killed two civilians.”

One residential building was completely damaged, while two other houses were partially damaged, he said.

“Response teams continue to work on site,” Bogomas added.

The news comes amid warnings from Ukraine that preparations for a spring counteroffensive that many experts believe are almost complete. Key moment In conflict.

Bogomaz blamed Ukrainian armed forces for the strikes in Bryansk, which he said attacked residential buildings in the village of Suzemka in Syzemsky district.

Bryansk Region shares a border with Ukraine to its south and Belarus to its west.

A video posted on Bogomas’ Telegram channel shows people coming out of the damaged building at night.

One person in the video can be heard saying, “They pulled a woman out. They’re still checking on a baby. Not sure. Terrible.”

CNN has not independently verified the video.

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