المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

About 30 citizens killed or injured in the collapse of a residential building cracked by previous military operations in al-Maadi neighborhood in Aleppo city

Searching has been continuing for missing people under the debris of the residential building that collapsed today morning in al-Maadi neighborhood in Aleppo city, where rescue teams are lifting the rubble, recovering trapped people and searching for missing.

The Syrian Observatory monitored a spike in numbers of citizens who were killed after the collapse of the building which has already cracked due to previous military operations in the neighborhood to 9 citizens, while more than 20 others were injured also many people have been recovered alive.

SOHR published hours ago, that monitored the collapse of a residential building in al-Maadi neighborhood in the eastern part of Aleppo city which is controlled by the regime forces, after being cracked as a result of the military operations of air and ground shelling when the factions used to control the area, and the Syrian Observatory learned that the rescue teams recovered the bodies of 3 civilians so far in addition to other wounded people, while the search for missing and trapped people under the rubble continues, and the Syrian Observatory published in mid-July 2019 that the consequences of the Syrian war and what the military operations left, have been still claiming the lives of Syrian people throughout the Syrian territory, where the Syrian Observatory monitored the collapse of the roof of Al-Qadoumi Mosque in Al-Jadidah neighborhood in Aleppo city, which killed 3 citizens and injured others, and the collapse of building and public facilities comes as a result of the cracks caused by the military operations witnessed in Syrian areas of aerial and ground bombardment.

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