A week ago a few leading Western media, citing a “Syrian-American medical society,” registered in USA, were full of the Russian Federation Aerospace Forces accusations of “bombing of the hospitals in the settlements AL-EIS, AL-HADER, KHAN-TUMAN, AL-ZIRBA, SARMIN and LATAMNA by the Russian planes”.
All of these accusations were unfounded, without any actual proof materials.
As pseudo-proof there was shown a video of the “destruction of a hospital in the village SARMIN”, in the province of IDLIB.
And some Western media, citing anonymous sources, claimed that during the strikes of the Russian aviation “in the hospital there were 12 men killed and about 30 injured”.
This information has been checked.
It turned out that in fact there is only a hospital in SARMIN. In the villages AL-EIS, AL-HADER, KHAN– TUMAN, AL-ZIRBA and LATAMNA there are no hospitals and no medical personnel.
This is the footage of construction of the hospital in SARMIN in 2014.
In the upper left corner of the photo you can see the building with a characteristic dome shape.
In the picture it is marked by a red circle.
The aerial photograph October 31, 2015
The photo from “Youtube”- the process of the hospital construction
(the video was posted February 27, 2014)
The next photos are the aerial photographs of the city SARMIN made by the Russian Aerospace Forces on 31st October, 2015.
The photos clearly show the hospital near the domed building. As you can see the building of the hospital is not destructed. Moreover, the street itself also has no any damages.
The aereal photograph October 31, 2015
The photo of Sarmin hospital ruins,
posted by “Radio Svoboda” October 23, 2015