Syria Plane Bombs Gas Station Killing 30 Citizens
War Plane in Syria Bombs Gas Station In N.E. Syria - Kills 30 (or more) Say Citizens There
Citizens of Ain Issa, in northeastern Syria who were waiting in long lines for fuel, both gasoline and diesel when Syria's government planes flew in low and fast, dropping barrels of explosives down on the people.
Total number of those killed is expected to increase as more information becomes available.
Videos online showed images of a number of vehicles burned beyone recognition, bodies were not identified nor is there an reliable information available just yet regarding those killed.
One report says over 70 injured or wounded have been transported to a hospital located in nearby Raqqa.
Another report says the gast station was the only one remaining in operation for the entire area and crowds of citizens were all waiting in line hoping for fuel when the attack took place.
Military planes flew in dropping high explosies on the station, vehicles and those sitting or standing anywhere close to the target area.
The explosion was reported to be devasting, flashes of fire and flames in all directions. A tractor, trucks and smoldering cars can be seen in a video posted online just hours ago, but there is not confirmation on location or time.
Casualites have not been all identified or information released officially at this time. Prayers are requested for those who have passed away as well as for those left behind in this situation of chaos and tribulation.
Reports coming out of neighboring Lebanon tell us Syria's government has been hammering the citizens there for recent weeks, using air strike power as well as other forces. Even crude bombs, largely destructive barrels packed with high explosives are very common and used without concern for innocent lives of women, children or elderly.
Reporters are not allowed into the country at this time. However, we are seeking reliable information from those whom we know in the country.
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