Between one and three civilians, including one to two children, died and up to six more were wounded in alleged Russian airstrikes on Kafar Nabil, according to sources on the ground.
Macro Media Centre reported “the death of a displaced man and his child and the injury of several others as a result of airstrikes by Russian warplanes targeting the city of Kafar Nabil”. They also added that two of those injured were children and “one of the children is still missing as a result of the strikes.”
The majority of sources, including @IdlibPlus put the death toll at two while a few other sources reported one killed and “a number of wounded”. The Step News Agency also put the death toll at two with six more wounded.
A tweet from @HadiAlabdallah reported “the death of a man and a girl (3 years) and the wounding of six other civilians, including children, as a result of Russian warplanes targeting residential homes in the city of Kafr Nabl.”
Syria Civil Defense posted “three civilians, including 2 children, were killed and 6 others, including a child and a woman, were injured as a result of Russian warplanes.”
Syrian Human Rights Committee published the names of those killed: Muhammad Mari al-Mustafa and the girl Ghazlan Al-Omar, who many sourced had reported were father and daughter.
A video taken by Syrian Civil Defense shows an injured man being rescued by White Helmets and loaded into an ambulance.
Videos posted by UFUK SY and @HalabTodayTV show the destruction to property, including buildings reduced to rubble.
All sources that reported on the incident attributed the strikes to Russia or did not specify if they were carried out by regime or Russian forces.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
The victims were named as:
Family members (2)
- Ghazlan al-Omar 3 years old years old female killed
- Muhammad Mari al-Mustafa Adult male killed