One dead in Jordan after stray Syrian bomb hits home

June 25, 2015 18:47


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A stray bomb fired from Syria landed on a home in the Jordanian city of Ramtha and killed one person on Thursday, The Jordan Times reported. 

Ramtha sits a few kilometers from the Syrian border and according to the report the stray bomb was fired from the Syrian town of Deraa

Bader Qadi, the district governor of Ramtha told the news outlet that the victim was 23-year-old resident who was at his family's home at the time of the accident. The man later died in hospital, Qadi added. 

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