Syrian state media accused the ambush "terrorists" At least 43 people have been slaughtered after a suicide bomber exploded a truck loaded with explosive material at an army checkpoint in Syria's focal city of Hama, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The man exploded himself when he was inside the vehicle on an occupied road; the city was under government control.
It accused the ambush "terrorists", the term it uses to portray rebel compels trying to topple President Bashar al-Assad.
The Syrian Observatory said the assault focused on an armed force checkpoint.
"No less than 31 people, including government troops, were slaughtered when a man exploded a truck laden with explosives at a checkpoint close to an agrarian vehicles organization and about linking Hama to Salamiyeh," the Human Rights Observatory said.
The Britain-based assembly said the casualties’ toll was liable to ascent, as "there are many wounded some of them in severe condition".
SANA said the blast seemed to have set burning petrol truck adjacent, increasing the harm and losses.
Pictures on Syria TV indicated firefighters trying to put out gigantic blazes and dark billows of smoke rising from singed trucks and autos.
Crashes were allegedly ongoing in the zone and gunfire could be listened, so far more than 100,000 have been killed in local clashes.
On the discretionary front, it was published on Sunday that a since a long time ago deferred Geneva Peace Meeting pointed at bringing together Syria's government and restriction will be held on November 23.