The Syrian-American medical organization SAMS said: “Today morning, three artillery shells targeted the Atareb Surgical Hospital supported by Sams, west of Aleppo.” She explained that among the six victims was a child, while 17 patients and visitors, including five hospital workers, were injured.
The targeting resulted in the destruction of the orthopedic clinic completely, and damage to the windows and the front gate of the hospital. One of the shells also hit an electric generator on the roof of the hospital, which caused the hospital to be completely out of service.
On the other hand, one person was killed and others were wounded, on Sunday, when a pick-up car bomb exploded near the Ghazawiya crossing, controlled by the Headquarters for the Liberation of Al-Sham. The Ghazawiya crossing is located near the town of Ghazawiya and separates the areas controlled by the National Army factions in the western countryside of Aleppo from the areas controlled by Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham in Idlib on the road known as Darat Azza Road.
According to sources from the Military Police in the city of Jenderes in Afrin region, a person suspected of parking the car bomb has been arrested and is being investigated, and the results of the investigation will be announced at a later time.
Also, on Sunday morning, a civilian died of his wounds sustained as a result of a violent explosion that rocked the city of Al-Bab on Saturday evening and hit the warehouses of a cargo shipping company in the city center, wounding 7 civilians.
The Turkish civilian police and army cordoned off the site of the explosion amid fears that the cause of the explosion was a shipment of batteries coming from the areas controlled by the Kurdish People’s Protection Units in the Syrian city of Manbij. Shipping.
The city of Afrin, north of Aleppo, also witnessed a landmine explosion in an agricultural land in the Zaydiyya region, north of the city, killing a child who was in the area. Local sources said that the landmine is a remnant of the People’s Protection Units (YPG) that was controlling the city three years ago.