Ten civilians, including a medic and two children, were killed and three people were injured in alleged double Russian airstrikes on Al Shaikh Thulth neighbourhood in Idlib city on February 6th, 2020, according to local sources.
Shaam News Network reported that “ten people, including a medic, were martyred and others were wounded today, Thursday, by airstrikes by Russian warplanes on the Sheikh Thulth neighborhood of Idlib, in conjunction with artillery and missile shelling in the city today [February 6th, 2020]”. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that there were at least two children among the casualties.
A medical source told SMART News Agency that Russian warplanes targeted a van on Corniche road, east of Idlib city. Among the ten civilians that were killed, there was one ambulance driver and nine unidentified people. The incident wounded three others, one of them a Syrian Civil Defence volunteer, who were reportedly near the car.
Shaam wrote that “activists from Idlib said that the Russian warplanes targeted the outskirts of Idlib from the direction of the Sheikh Thuluth neighbourhood, targeting cars on the outskirts of the city, killing a number of martyrs, and upon the arrival of Syrian Civil Defence and ambulance teams, the area was subjected to double raids that left a medic martyr and the burning of an ambulance”.
Shaam News Network stated that overall on Thursday, Russian and Syrian regime forces launched dozens of airstrikes, targeting the city of Idlib and the towns and villages of Sarmin, Qumenas, Taftanaz, Kafr Nubel and Hass.
The local time of the incident is unknown.