A warplane affiliated to the coalition forces made an airstrike on the east of Kafar-Daryan village in the northern countryside of Idlib at about 3:30 am. The strike targeted four poultry farms which were headquarters of Jabhat Al-Nusra including two stores of ammo and weapons.
After the airstrike, explosions continued in the headquarters for minutes because of exploding the stored ammo and shells in the stores. The huge pressure done by the explosion caused the collapse of a residential house of two floors near the stores, less than 100 m of it; which caused the death of 12 people, all civilians, including five children and five women.
SNHR contacted with Mr. Hasan, witness from the village, and gave us his testimony:
“On the morning and at about 3:30 am, we woke on loud explosions we’ve never heard such before, accompanied with weak sound of warplane. I went out of the house and watched explosions in the east of the city. After the explosions stop, I went there. There was a two-floor building collapsed totally, and the near poultry farms, used by Jabhat Al-Nusra as headquarters, were on fire. After about quarter an hour ambulances and civil defense squads began to arrive and get the killed and injured out. Five killed women and five killed children and two killed men were taken out in an hour, while the injuries were more than 15 people.