The local medical centre's Facebook page claims 70 were injured, and at least one death. As with previous chlorine/ammonia attacks, it has been claimed that the attacks involved barrel bombs dropped from helicopters, with the medical centre claiming this is the third such attack on the town. Videos posted on April 12th/13th and April 18th support the claim that this is the third attack in the town.
Al-Tamanah is located 15km northeast of Kafr Zita, and 20km south of Talmenes. Both towns were subject to a recent investigation by the Daily Telegraph and SecureBio which confirmed high levels of chlorine and ammonia in samples taken from the impact sites of attacks on April 11th, 18th, and 21st (click on the links for videos from those attacks). As with the Al-Tamanah attack, and other reported chemical barrel bomb attacks in the area, witnesses have consistently reported the use of helicopters to drop the chemical barrel bombs used. As it stands, around a dozen chemical barrel bomb attacks have been alleged in that region in the last three weeks.