A child was killed and his father was injured when bomb remnants exploded in Kansafra on December 22, 2021.
According to the Syrian Civil Defense, a young man was killed and his father was wounded when remnants of a cluster bomb exploded in Kansafra. The bomb was only identified as belonging to both the regime and Russian forces. @Almohrar1 also reported that a father was injured and that his son, a child, was killed.
A tweet from @nahermedia also identified two victims but reported that a man was killed and his son was injured.
Kansafra Media Center provided the name of the victim killed in the explosion: Ahmed Jamal Kassoub.
While Radio Al Kul referred to Ahmed’s father as “slightly” injured, Baladi News reported that he was seriously injured and transported to the medical center near their town.
Radio al-Kul’s correspondent in Idlib said that the shell was next to the family’s house and exploded when the father and son tried to dismantle and remove it. Syrian Observatory for Human Rights added that the father and son intended to sell the unexploded ordnance.
@Almohrar1 attributed the exploded remnants to Russia while @WM_FREESYR blamed the regime. @MAZEN_ALMAWAS referred to the bomb as being an “unexploded rocket-propelled grenade”.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
- Ahmed Jamal Kassoub Age unknown male killed
- Father of Ahmed Jamal Kassoub Adult male injured
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Reports of the incident mention the town of Kansafra (كنصفرة), for which the generic coordinates are: 35.658233, 36.484942. Due to limited satellite imagery and information available to Airwars, we were unable to verify the location further.