Fuel tankers target passenger buses near the city of Salamiyah in Syria’s Hama province
Beirut. Terrorists attacked three passenger buses and fuel trucks near the town of Salamiyah in Syria’s Hama province, killing nine people and wounding four others. The governor of Hama province, Mohammad Tariq Krishati, informed about this. The Syrian media reported the attack in a report on Sunday, citing military sources. According to sources, the attack took place on the Salamiyah-Raqqa highway.
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Clashes between security forces and militants
Clashes broke out between Syrian security forces and militants stationed there, forcing the highway to be closed. The bomber struck shortly after 9:30 a.m. Sunday, targeting a convoy of fuel trucks and three passenger buses, Governor Krishati told Syrian state television.
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9 killed, 4 injured
Nine people have been killed and four others injured in the attack. All the people have been shifted to safer places from the spot while the injured have been admitted to a hospital in Salamiyah for treatment. The militants used small arms in the attack.