Between two and five hospital staff were wounded in two alleged Russian airstrikes on Ikhlas Hospital for women and children in Shannan village, Jabal Zawiya, local media reported.
The New York Times later geolocated the event.
According to the Syrian Network for Human Rights, “fixed-wing warplanes we believe were Russian carried out two strikes on al Ikhlas Hospital located in southeast of Shnan village in Jabal al Zaweya area in the southern suburbs of Idlib governorate, injuring two medical personnel, partially destroying the hospital’s building and severely damaging its equipment. As a result, the hospital went out of service”.
The White Helmets said three hospital staff were wounded, though the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights put the number at five. Two doctors and a nurse were reportedly injured in two consecutive dawn raids.
The Smart News Agency published images of destroyed “medical equipment and incubators”.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
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Geolocation by the New York Times, which published a major investigation into the event.