A ride through hell by scooter: A video tour through Syria’s most ravaged and ghostly city
It is a chillingly unique insight into the horrors of war, filmed by one man on his moped through the ravaged remains of Syria’s bomb-battered Homs.
The daring filmmaker zips through the city’s empty streets capturing the devastation that now covers every inch of this once bustling city.
It is now a ghost-town.
All that can be heard above the spluttering engine of the videographer’s scooter is the constant rattle of machine gun fire that echoes throughout his 10-minute footage.
Destruction: The film has emerged days after the United Nations said it may withdraw from its monitoring mission in Syria after a joint US-Russian call for an immediate end to the conflict
Ghost town: Rows of burned out cars line the streets of this once bustling city
Bomb-battered: The daring filmmaker zips through the city's empty streets capturing the devastation that now covers every inch of this once bustling city
Destroyed: A third-floor apartment is totally exposed after the ceiling and wall have been destroyed
Getting information out: The unverified video was posted last Friday by the anti-Assad Beirut-based news site Sawtberuit.com
Pockmarked: Bullet holes cover the side of one of many buildings seen in the 10-minute film
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