Airstrikes continued to hit eastern Aleppo today, although the attacks were not as intense as in previous days, according to activists and locals.
“A few minutes ago, two raids happened in the neighborhood. There are gases in the air from the attack,” Abu Rajab, a radiologist and managing director of a hospital in eastern Aleppo’s al-Sakhur neighborhood, told ABC News on a video call, while wearing a face mask. “I can see and smell the gases. You never know when it will happen, there’s no schedule. This is normal for us now. We see it every day.”