Injuries due to Turkish bombardment on Syria’s northeast Tel Tamr
TEL TAMR, Syria (North Press) – On Monday evening, two civilians were lightly wounded in a new shelling by the Turkish forces on the countryside of Tel Tamr town, north of Hasakah, northeastern Syria.
The Turkish forces and their affiliated factions re-targeted the village of al-Dardara, 4 km north of Tel Tamr, with artillery shells, which resulted in the injury of two civilians and material damage to the houses.
A medical source at the Martyr Legarin Hospital in the town of Tel Tamr, told North Press that the wounded, Amina al-Faris, 21, and Khedr al-Faris, 39, were wounded by shrapnel from the shells.
He added that their health condition is stable, “and we sent them home after providing them with the necessary aid.”
About a week ago, the two towns of Tel Tamr and Abu Rasin (Zargan), north of Hasakah, have been subjected to an escalation of the Turkish bombardment.