One paramedic was allegedly killed in an LNA or Emirati airstrike on a field hospital in the Salaheddin neighbourhood of Tripoli.
Afrigate News said: “One of the members of the ambulance and emergency department centre was killed by aerial bombardment in the Salaheddin area south of Tripoli.
The centre said that one of the members of the ambulance and emergency department, Salem Anfis, was killed in an airstrike at dawn on Thursday, in Salaheddin field hospital, which was instrumental in serving and rescuing the wounded of the clashes from all sides.”
Al Wasat reported four injured medical workers in addition to the dead paramedic.
Libya Alahar TV and the GNA-led Burkan Al Ghadab operation both accused the UAE of conducting the strike. The Libya Observer blamed “Haftar’s UAE-backed air force”.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
- Salem Anfis Adult male Paramedic killed
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Reports of the incident mention the neighbourhood of Salaheddin (صلاح الدين), for which the generic coordinates are: 32.846389, 13.161667. Due to limited satellite imagery and information available to Airwars, we were unable to verify the location further.