A total of thirty seven people were injured in cross-border rocket attacks in southern Turkey on Jan. 21, according to governor of Hatay.
Three rockets fired from across the border landed in Reyhanlı district in southern Hatay province.
“37 people were wounded by rockets launched from Syria. 31 out of them are discharged after outpatient treatment, while four are critically wounded,” Hatay Governor Erdal Ata told reporters after visiting the wounded people.
One of the rockets hit a house on Rıfat Bahadırlı Street in Reyhanlı and the other one hit a workplace at Cumhuriyet Street, according to initial reports.
At the same time, another rocket hit Tayfur Sokmen Street.
Later, another rocket also hit the roof of a four-story apartment, according to initial reports.
Fire brigades, security forces and Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD) teams are sent to the area.
Buildings and vehicles were damaged in the attack.