US Forces Catch Major ISIS Leader, He Blows Himself Up Injuring Four American Soldiers And A Service Dog

According to the news, four American soldiers and a their service dog were injured after they caught a major ISIS leader who then blew himself up. As we read in CBS News:

The U.S. military said Friday a helicopter raid led by its forces in northeast Syria left senior ISIS leader Hamza al-Homsi dead and four American service members and a working dog wounded.

A U.S. official said the four Americans and the dog were injured when Homsi detonated a suicide vest. The servicemembers are being flown to Landstuhl in Germany.

The military said in its brief statement that the operation was conducted Thursday night in partnership with the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), which is allied with the U.S. Homsi oversaw ISIS’ terrorist network in eastern Syria, according to U.S. Centcom spokesman Col. Joe Buccino. The Americans and the dog are reported to be in stable condition, Buccino said.