Tuesday, 14 November 2017 18:25

Russian Airstrikes Knock Out Ambulance Station in Eastern Rural Hama

Russian air strikes on Monday bombed an ambulance station in the village of Qasr ibn Wardan in eastern rural Hama, putting the facility out of service.

Head of the facility told Smart News Network that Russian jets bombed the building of the Sima ambulance station in the village of Qasr ibn Wardan, which is located in the Hamra sub-district in rural Hama with bunker-buster bombs.

The bombing completely destroyed the building and the equipment inside, including an ambulance vehicle and electricity generator, head of the station added without reporting casualties among the medical staff. The station had provided ambulance services to the residents of around 100 villages in the area since 2013.

On November 7, suspected Russian airstrikes bombed a power station in the village of Surouj in eastern rural Hama, putting it out of service. Russian air force on Monday committed a horrible massacre in the town of Atareb west of Aleppo when Russian jets bombed the town with vacuum missiles, killing dozens of people and causing massive destruction to civilian homes and shops. (Source: Syrian Coalition’s Media Department)

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