A witness describes the horror of the attack on succour lorries near Aleppo, which killed 20 people and left the ceasefire agreement perilously close to collapse
Shouting for survivors amid the flame ruins of lorries, the aid craftsman was panicking. Its September 19 and we have just been attacked by airplanes, he yelled as husbands announced madly for help from the darkness.
The epitomes captured on video in the immediate aftermath of the two-hour shelling on the aid escort on the western outskirts of Aleppo discover the terror of those who subsisted and their startle at having been targeted on an approved wander to extradite quantities as part of the ceasefire transaction brokered by Russia and the US.
Among the dead was Omar Barakat, a parent of nine who was the is chairman of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent in the cities of Orem al-Kubra, a man directly involved in securing lets for the mission the first of its kind in the striving eight-day peace. A total of 20 civilians and aid proletarians were killed, officials said.
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