Two civilians died and others were wounded in an alleged Russian or regime shelling of Kafar Nabil, according to local media.
Macro Media Center (MMC) blamed Russian and Syrian regime forces for the shelling, while the Syrian Network for Human Rights (SN4HR) attributed blame to the Syrian regime forces alone.
SN4HR identified one civilian, while Shaam News put the total death toll at two civilians. MMC added that others were injured.
A tweet from @mohanadalshekh named one of the civilians killed: Wagdy Ahmad Al-Musas Al-Hamid, a young man. The source also reported that surface-to-surface missiles were used.
According to @Josef40629350, “very large amounts of destruction and fires in the city of Kafranbel due to targeting the city with high explosive [Smerch] missiles” and @kefranbil reported on rocket launchers.
An image of a burning car was posted by @abuhuzaifa_ and a video was posted by @AyhamSteif, which identified “inside this car, a man is burning in the city of Kafr Nabl.”
A tweet from @IdlibPlus also identified residential neighborhoods as being struck by the missiles.
Sources were contested as to whether the regime or Russia were responsible, with @MasarPressNet identifying Russia and @HalabTodayTV attributing the strikes to the regime.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
- Wajdi Ahmad al Hamido Age unknown male killed