In the open and cold | windstorms blow away tents displacing its inhabitants in Idlib and Aleppo countryside
SOHR activists have reported that displaced families in Idlib and Aleppo camps were left homeless due to a windstorm that hit the region and uplifted dozens of tents in western Syria.
SOHR sources monitored the uprooting of over 15 tents in al-Karama camp near Utama region in Idlib near the Turkish borders, disrupting dozens of power systems and destroying solar cells.
Moreover in al-Hejra camp near Kafr Yahmoul town, the storm uplifted over 20 tents, while in al-Shaikh Bahr village in Idlib countryside over 15 tents were blown away.
Similarly, three tents fell down including a school tent in al-Tah camp western of Ma’aret Masrin city in Idlib countryside.
In al-Sikka camp in Ma’aret al-Ikhwan village the winds uplifted two tents, where tents were fixed later and their inhabitants returned to them. The winds also uplifted a tent on al-Duwaila camp in Jabal al-Duawila near Kafr Takharim city in Idlib countryside.
While in Aleppo countryside, the winds blew away several tents in Saijras camp and other random camps in Mare’ northern of Aleppo, leaving civilians homeless in addition to the injury of a child after a water tanker has fallen on his feet in Mare’ city.