The death toll continues to rise in Idlib city and reaches 43 people at least including 27 civilians mostly children and female • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The death toll continues to rise in Idlib city and reaches 43 people at least including 27 civilians mostly children and female

Idlib Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: with the death of more civilians as a result of the explosion that hit Idlib city about 24 hours ago, and recovering more corpses from under the rubble, the number of casualties in Idlib city continues to rise, where the number of people who were killed in the explosion which hit the 30th Street in Idlib city rose to 43 at least including 27 citizens at least; including 14 children and 7 citizen women, and the death toll is expected to increase as a result of presence of dozens of injured people in serious conditions, in addition to the missing people under the rubble caused by the explosion.

While the rescue teams are still searching under the rubbles that caused by the explosion that hit the headquarters of Ajnad al-Quqaz faction (The Caucasian Soldiers), and it is not known until now whether the explosion caused by detonating a booby trapped vehicle or a missile fired by warplane, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored large destruction caused by the explosion, while it worth mentioning that Idlib city witnessed explosions targeted several areas in the city and its outskirts weeks ago, some of which were targeted by vehicles, cars carrying commanders and members of Hayyaat Tahrir Al-Sham and other factions supporting it, and these explosions left causalities.