An explosion has destroyed part of a residential building in the city of Drohobych in western Ukraine, killing two people.
Lviv regional government officials said the incident most likely was caused by a natural-gas explosion in the early hours of August 28.
It destroyed several apartments from the ground floor to the top of the four-story block.
According to the officials, seven people, including four children, were hospitalized.
Rescue brigades continue to search the debris for at least three missing people.
A probe has been launched into the blast, officials said.