Explosions at Syrian Military Base Cause 2.6 Magnitude Earthquake
A 2.6 magnitude earthquake was recorded close to Taqsees, Hama, Syria at 10:40 PM local time (3:40 NY time) Sunday, at the same time Syrian TV reported several explosions in the same area.
— Danny Makki (@Dannymakkisyria) April 29, 2018
Moments later, videos of an intense set of explosions, reportedly at a Syrian military base at Jabal al-Bukhut 47, some 10 miles south-east of Hama, began to pop on the social networks.
One report cited a hostile strike (Israel) that targeted an ammunition depots in the Hama area which is one of the depots used mostly by Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.
A SANA report headlined Explosions heard in Hama and Aleppo countryside, authorities working to identify their cause.