18 civilians were killed and 3 others were wounded in the explosion of two mines left over from the terrorist groups in the vicinity of Wadi Al-Atheeb in the Salamiyah area in the eastern Hama countryside.
A medical source at Salamiyah Hospital told SANA reporter that 18 civilians were killed and 3 others were injured due to the explosion of two mines left over from terrorist groups in two cars in the vicinity of Wadi Al-Atheeb in the Salamiyah area in the eastern Hama countryside.
The source indicated that the wounded are seriously wounded and are being treated at Al-Salamiyah Hospital.
A source in the Hama Police Command told SANA's correspondent that the explosion of landmines left over from the terrorists in two cars carrying a number of people during the collection of truffles in the village of Rasm al-Ahmar in the eastern countryside of Hama governorate resulted in the death of a number of citizens and the injury of about 20 others.
On the 27th of last month, 5 civilians were killed and 13 others were injured as a result of the explosion of a mine of terrorist remnants in a car carrying a number of people while collecting truffles in the lands of Rasm al-Ahmar village.
Earlier, the source mentioned that a landmine remnants of terrorist organizations exploded in the village of Hadajah in the vicinity of Wadi Al-Atheeb in the eastern countryside of Al-Salamiyah, resulting in the injury of a civilian, who was transported to Homs National Hospital for treatment.
Before their defeat, the terrorist organizations planted mines and improvised explosive devices in their places of deployment and concealed them in villages and towns and in agricultural lands to inflict the greatest possible damage on the people who return to their areas after liberating them from terrorism.