One medical worker and one journalist were reported injured in an alleged Turkish forces drone attack on a vehicle belonging to the Syrian regime forces in Dildarê village, Tal Tamr, Hasaka in Syria on November 9th, 2019 according to local sources.
The medical worker working with the Kurdish Red Crescent and the German NGO CADUS was named as Aram Ehmed or Aram Hamidi (22 years old). He was quoted saying: “I was wounded by shrapnel, I still have a piece in my jaw. Here. And all my teeth are broken.” Local sources reported that the team of KRC was targeted while on their way to retrieve the injured in Dildara village.
The journalist injured is known to work for al-Ikhbariya Syrian television but no further details available.
The attack also killed between three and six Syrian regime forces’ soldiers and wounded between four and 35 others.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
- Aram Ehmed 22 years old male injured
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Reports of the incident mention an airstrike in the vicinity of Al Dardara (الدردارة), for which the generic coordinates are: 36.703333, 40.401667. Due to limited satellite imagery and information available to Airwars, we were unable to verify the location further.