Three civilians were wounded in an alleged Russian or regime strike on Kafr ZIta, according to sources on the ground. Multiple reports said that a bakery was struck and rendered out of service.
According to Alaraby, “the warplanes and helicopters of the regime and Russia targeted several vital installations in the countryside of Aleppo, Hama and Idlib…Bombing targeted the only bakery in the town of Kafrzita, north of Hama, which put it out of service”.
Rozana reported: “On Sunday morning [April 2nd], Russian warplanes launched air strikes with surface rockets targeting the towns of Latamna, Kafarzita, Teyba, Imlaya, Souran and Mardas, in the northern suburbs of Hama.
According to Rozana’s correspondent, Abdu Abu Jamil, the bread oven in the town of Kafrzita was put out of service after being targeted by several air raids by Russian aviation. The furnace serves more than 100,000 civilians in the region.”
The Smart News Agency said that “three civilians were wounded and a number of sheep were killed” – and pointed to Russia.
The local time of the incident is unknown.