4 US troops wounded in Syria raid that killed senior ISIS leader on Thursday
(CNN) -- Four US troops were wounded in a helicopter raid in Syria that killed a senior ISIS leader on Thursday night, according to the IS military.
The US troops, as well as a working dog, were wounded during the raid in an "explosion on target," US Central Command said in a statement. The raid killed Hamza al-Homsi, a senior ISIS leader.
Three of the troops and the dog are currently receiving treatment in a medical facility in Iraq. The joint raid was carried out by US and Syrian Democratic Forces, said CENTCOM.
Three of the service members are in a stable condition, according to a military official familiar with the operation, as is the working dog. The fourth service member suffered minor injuries and has returned to duty, the official said.
CENTCOM also announced in a tweet that a separate raid on February 10 killed "Ibrahim Al Qahtani, an ISIS official associated with planning ISIS detention center attacks."
The raid also "resulted in the seizure of multiple weapons, ammo, and a suicide belt," according to the tweet.
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