The US military says two coalition workers have been killed and five of an improvised explosive device in Syria has been injured
A US military statement said that the incident occurred on Thursday night and that the injured personnel were evacuated for further medical treatment [on Friday] the declaration was not told on Friday where the explosion took place and it became does not claim that the victims are Americans.
A Syrian official had previously told the Associated Press that a bomb exploded in the mixed Arab-Kurdish city of Manbij. Mohammed Abu Adel, head of the Manbij Military Council, one of the Arabs' Kurdish US-based group in the city, said the bomb had been removed hundreds of feet from a security headquarters on Thursday just before midnight, housing the council The coalition statement states that details of the incident will be held up until further investigation.
A Syrian official says a street bomb exploded in a tense, mixed Arab-Kurdish city Not far from the border with Turkey
Mohammed Abu Adel, chief of the Manbij Military Council, an Arab-Kurdish US-based group in the city, says the bomb has been removed from a security headquarters hundreds of feet away US military officer said Friday that a coalition force incident had been reported in Manbij, but said that no further information was available
Col. Ryan Dillon said the coalition is still collecting information about the incident.
Manbij threatens a Turkish military operation. Ankara says Syrian Kurdish militia officers consider them "terrorists" and an expansion of Kurdish insurgents in Turkey are controlling the city.
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