Syrian Idlib is firing shells toward government forces in violation of the ceasefire regime, which results in new civilian victims. Not only adults get wounded and injured, but also children, civilians hospitalized in Aleppo told reporters.
"I was walking down the street and heard whistle and a bang, I don’t remember anything else. I came round already in the hospital. The doctors say that I’ll survive, but I know that I won’t be able to work and provide for my family as I used to," local Sammer Srur said.
The doctors are performing a checkup on him. His wife and daughter are next to his bed. "The patient’s legs are broken, we had to amputate his right hand, the surgery was successful. We removed shrapnel, his prognosis is optomostic," an Aleppo hospital surgeon Muhammad Daalala said, TASS reports.
The shelling is heard at night in the district of al-Hamdaniya. When the day comes, fresh blood stains are visible on the sidewalk, the militants are aiming for residential buildings. "In the evening a bomb hit, one man and two women were injured, it is scary. I have two children, I am worried for them more than I am for myself," local Ali Maktabi said.