Local sources reported that one man was killed and up to two others injured as a result of alleged Russian airstrikes on the city of Binnish in the Idlib province, on March 2nd 2020.
Alleged Russian warplanes carried out two raids on the city of Binnish. The strikes resulted in the death of one civilian Rami Haj Hamden, and injured two more. Initial sources claimed one man was killed and one man injured but Step news reported 3 civilians were impacted by the strike.
Multiple photographic sources show extensive property damage, including that of a local hospital.
SNHR reported: “fixed- wing warplanes we believe were Russian fired missiles near the hospital of Islamic Medical Complex in Binnesh city in the northern suburbs of Idlib suburbs, killing Rami Haj Hamdan and partially damaging its building and equipment.”
SNHR later reported that a Syrian Civil Defense vehicle was damaged “while they were heading to a site of a previous bombing by Syrian- Russian alliance forces on the outskirts of the city, severely damaging an ambulance of Civil Defense”. This indicates that there was a second “double strike” that only resulted in material damage, corresponding with the Civil Defense’s own reporting on the incident and the resulting damage.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
- Rami Haj Hamdan Age unknown killed