Local sources reported that alleged Coalition airstrikes hit the village of al Sha’afa, either killing two civilians or injuring “several”.
According to Al Haal shelling by the “International Air Force […] focused on the side of the river” and resulted in “several civilians injured, in addition to material damage.”
Step News also identified the US-led Coalition as the culprit and reported that a house in Al Sha’afa was shelled, killing two people.
Deir Ezzor24 tweeted a video, stating that it showed the “great destruction in the homes of # civilians caused by the bombing of warplanes on the town of # al Shaafa # Rural Deiralzur”. It did not however make mention of any casualties as a result of the bombardment.
The Coalition at the time publicly reported no strikes in Syria on this date.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
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US-led Coalition Assessment:
Original strike reports
For July 26th, the Coalition did not publicly report any airstrikes in Syria, asserting that "There were no reported strikes conducted in Syria on July 26, 2018."