SANA: Four dead in blast of two mines in Hama
Four Syrian nationals lost their lives to two mine explosions left behind by terrorists in the villages of Al-Huwaiz and Bayyoud in Hama Countryside.
The Syrian Arab News Agency reported on Thursday that landmine explosions took the lives of two Syrian nationals in the villages of Al-Huwaiz and Bayyoud in Hama Countryside.
According to the reporter, "A mine left behind by terrorists went off in a car carrying 3 citizens, which was traveling near the town of Al-Huwaiz, north of al-Ghab Plain in Hama countryside, which led to their martyrdom," adding that the bodies were later transported to the Suqaylabiyah National Hospital.
In the eastern countryside of the province, a citizen was also martyred in the blast of a landmine left behind by terrorist groups in the village of Bayyoud in Al-Hamra township, Salamyieh northern countryside, according to the reporter.
Last month, SANA reported a similar incident that happened in Suha village, Salamiyah eastern countryside. A Syrian national got severely injured as a result of a landmine explosion left behind by Daesh (ISIS) terrorists.