One civilian was reported killed, and others injured in alleged Russian forces or Syrian regime airstrikes and/or shelling on Al Latamna in Hama, Syria on June 11th, 2018, according to local media sources.
According to @Step_Agency, “one person was killed and others injured as a result of the artillery and missile shelling that targeted the city of Al Latamna, north of Hama.”
@MediaCenterFR reported that 36 artillery and missile shells which originated from the Russian camp and the Zlin checkpoint fell on the city of Al Latamna, however @IdlibPlus blamed the Russian warplanes that targeted the area with many raids.
The National Council of the city of Al Latamna page said that Zaher Ahmed Al-Mahmoud, aged 28, was killed. Hamdo Awad Assariqibi was also named injured in this attack.
Step news correspondent reported that “the Russian camp based in the south of Halfaya targeted this morning of Monday, June 11th, the city of Al Latamna with high-explosive missiles, which led to killing a man and wounding a number of other civilians.” The source said that most of those injured are civilians, meaning that some combatants might have injured in the strike.
Al Jazeera blamed the Syrian regime for the killing of a civilian and injuring others after targeting a center for relief items distribution in Al Latamna.
Syria Watan news, affiliated with the Syrian regime, said that “Terrorist groups targeted army points in the town of Halfaya with several rocket-propelled grenades, and the army units responded to the missile sources in the area of Al Latamna in the northern suburb of Hama.”
The incident occured in the morning.