Two to five children and their mother were reported killed and four more people injured along with up to three civilian adults, after an alleged Russian airstrike on the village of Umm Sirij.
Shaam News cited local civil defence as saying that a home had been razed in the attack, with other houses damaged. And Smart News reported that “Russian warplanes launched a missile strike on the village, which killed five people, including two children, and four wounded, including children, they were transported by the civil defense to the field hospital nearby.”
The Syrian Network later claimed that “On 1 November 2015, alleged Russian warplanes shelled Um Sahareej town in Hama suburbs under ISIL’s control, which killed 6 individuals from one family (a woman and 5 children).”
The local time of the incident is unknown.
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Russian Military Assessment:
Original strike reports
In its report for military actions on October 31st-November 2nd 2015, the Kremlin has confirmed carrying out strikes in Hama governorate: “Near Kafr Nabudah settlement (Hama province), a Su-25 attack aircraft performed a strike against militants’ fortified area with two armored vehicles and two off-road automobile vehicles equipped with ZU-23 AA systems. Direct hit of an air bomb caused destruction of an ammunition depot. As a result of detonation, armored and off-road vehicles burnt down.“