The Daily Mail released a report, followed by a video of a group of ISIS fighters still alive before being hit with a missile right on the spot.
In the video, ISIS soldiers begin to panic and make an effort to hide in a makeshift tank, while another tank begins to follow them and strike.
In the crossfire, ISIS militants are obviously on the verge of collapse, unsure where all shots are coming from at the same time.
One of the soldiers is also giving orders to other ISIS fighters and tries to connect to the others via radio, asking for help in the form of tanks.
In midst of the drama, ISIS fighters can be heard speaking in an upset tone, which is when a missile finally strikes them, causing great damage to the field.
The footage came from one of the fighter’s GoPro camera, and it shows a play-by-play of the incidents, which is first captured on a camera back in September. Regardless of the strike, the location still remains undisclosed.
ISIS soldiers often use GoPro camera to film their every move, but this time around their filming equipment fell into the hands of their rivals.
Take a look at the video below:
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