Up to five civlians were wounded in an alleged rocket attack by YPG forces in Al Rihaniya, according to local media.
A child was reported harmed “by a shell fired by PYD terrorists from the Syrian town of Afrin on the border town of Rihaniyah,” according to The News of Syrians in Turkey.
The site – which published a photo reportedly from the aftermath – did not say whether the childs was killed or injured.
However, other sources said that the child was just “slightly injured”.
According to the source Sozcu, “a rocket bullet fired by PKK / YPG terrorists from the Syria hit a house behind the Çarşı Mosque in Cumhuriyet Mahallesi in Hatay’s Reyhanlı District. The rocket did not burst. One child and four other civilians were slightly injured.”
CNN also said five were injured, reporting that the rocket hit “the first floor of a three-storey apartment building.”
The local time of the incident is unknown.