Civilian dies from car bomb injury complications in Azaz city
Aleppo - SMART
On Tuesday, a civilian died from complications of an injury caused by a car bomb explosion in the city of Azaz, 43 kilometers north of Aleppo, Northern Syria.
Activists said that Salim al-Jebawi, a blind man, died from an injury in the head caused by a car bomb explosion that killed al-Jabawi's daughter four days earlier.
A week earlier, a car bomb explosion killed two children and injured 22 civilians near the al-Ahli Hospital in Azaz.
Explosions frequently occur in the areas controlled by the Olive Branch and Euphrates Shield operations factions in Northern and Eastern Aleppo, killing and injuring Free Syrian Army (FSA) fighters and commanders, in addition to dozens of civilians, as activists accuse the Islamic State and the Syrian Democratic Forces of being responsible for the explosions.