Written by Khaled Iskef
The continuous Turkish escalation in Al-Hasakah’s countryside resulted in the suspension of the maintenance workshops work of the General Electricity Corporation, that were working to maintain the Tal Tamer substation.
Sources reported that the Turkish bombing of the village of Umm al-Keif in the countryside of Tal Tamer district northwest of Al-Hasakah, escalated dramatically yesterday morning, as several shells hit near the electricity maintenance workshop that was trying to reactivate the station damaged by the Turkish bombing on January 5.
The director of Al-Hasakah electricity company, Anwar Al-Akla, said in a press statement that the workshop’s staff is fine and none of its members were harmed by the shells, explaining that the workshops urgently stopped working due to the bombing.
Previously, the Turkish bombings on the village of Umm al-Kif resulted in the damage to the 66th line feeding the Tal Tamer substation and put it out of service, which led to a power outage in the entire area. Moreover, the Turkish forces expanded the rage of bombing to include 7 villages in the Al-Hasakah countryside.
The sources reported that the Turkish bombing targeted on Wednesday, the villages of Tal Al-Darda, Tal Shanan, Umm Al-Keif, Tal Kaifji and Al-Ghabeish, in addition to the villages of Tal Al-Ward and Al-Rabiat Abu Rasin sub-district, north of Al-Hasakah, while no information was available about casualties or injuries.
The Turkish forces have recently significantly escalated the bombardment in northern Syria, whether in the northern countryside of Aleppo, or in the countryside of Raqqa and Al-Hasakah, which led to casualties among civilians and significant material damage.
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