A missile launched from Syria crashed in an outdoor bazaar in the center of the city of Kilis, in southeastern Turkey on Thursday, CNN Turk reported.
The number of those injured in Turkey’s Kilis by a missile launched from Syrian territory has been up to six, the office of Kilis governor has said.
“Six were hurt in the incident and taken to hospital. A missile launched from Syria’s Islamic State controlled area hit a street market in the city,” the statement runs.
According to the NTV television news channel, five of those injured are children. One person is in grave condition.
The missile hit a clothes shop. Ambulance teams are working on the site.
Police have cordoned off the area. According to the television channel the missile was launched from an Islamic State-controlled area.