Between one and three civilians were allegedly injured by a Turkish drone or mortar strike on Ad Darbasiyah.
Woofers tweeted: “Casualties reported (all injuries) are two Russian soldiers, a Syrian soldier, and a local civilian.
It would seem that the local civilian casualty may not exist and may be the Syrian soldier who may have been out of uniform.
No one I’ve spoken to has seen the reported UAV. I don’t know if it really was an airstrike. But everyone is reporting it as one.”
Rudaw reported: “At least one Russian soldier was injured in a drone attack in Darbasiyah town in northeast Syria (Rojava) on Thursday, according to Kurdish security forces (Asayesh) who blamed Turkey for the incident in which civilians were also hurt.
‘Turkish planes targeted a Russian forces point in the vicinity of Darbasiyah,’ read a statement from the Asayesh. ‘A drone, which belongs to the invading army, targeted a Russian forces military point on Thursday.’
‘A Russian soldier and three civilians were injured,’ stated the Asayesh, describing the site that was hit as a ‘strategic coordination point one kilometre south of Darbasiyah town on the road to Hasakah city.”
Other sources did not report civilian harm and said that at least two Russian soldiers and possibly one Syrian regime soldier were injured.
Nina described the attack as a “kamikaze drone strike” on Twitter.
Zafer Kabaoglu said three Russian soldiers and two YPG members were injured.
Rob Leee pointed out that the pictures of the munition used rather looks like a mortar round than Turkish drone missiles.
The local time of the incident is unknown.