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Ghouta Terrorist Mortar Kills 4 Civilians, Injures 26 in Damascus

image-mortar fired from ghouta kills 4 civilians in Damascus

11 March 2018  Damascus, SANA — Four civilians were martyred and 26 others were injured when Jabhat al-Nusra terrorist organization and affiliated groups positioned in Ghouta targeted with shells residential neighborhoods in Damascus and its surroundings.

A source at Damascus Countryside Police Command said that terrorists on Sunday fired a rocket shell on a passenger minibus in Jaramana city, martyring four civilians and injuring ten others.

image-victims of Ghouta Terrorist Mortar which Killed 4 Civilians, Injures 26 in Damascus
Victims of the Mortar that Killed 4 Civilians, Injures 26 in Damascus

The terrorist organizations fired nine shells on the surroundings of the al-Assad residential suburb, causing material damage, the source added.

Meanwhile, a source at Damascus Police Command said that Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists targeted with two shells al-Qemarieh neighborhood, injuring three civilians, while a shell fell on a house in Barzeh neighborhood, injuring two women.

The source added that terrorists also fired 20 shells on the surroundings of al-Abassiyeen, Arnous Square and the neighborhoods of Bab Touma, al-Qassaa, al-Bzorieh, al-Hamedieh, al-Shaghour and Rukn Eddin, injuring five civilians and causing material damage.

A rocket shell also landed in the vicinity of al-Jahez Park, causing injuries to six civilians and causing material damage to nine cars.

English Bulletin

Note the object on the stretcher near to the patient’s head.  This is a Philly Collar, used to stabilize the trauma patient’s cervical spine before moving the injured.  It is essential for all emergency health care.  It has never been seen in any photos or videos of the al-Qaeda White Helmets.

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