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People Stunned When 3 ISIS Fighters Suddenly Drop Dead, Then They Realize Why

The ongoing conflict in Iraq and Syria has claimed the lives of thousands of civilians, soldiers, and ISIS militants. A heroic Special Air Service (SAS) operator has been lauded for his incredible marksmanship after firing a lifesaving shot that killed three senior ISIS soldiers before they gunned down a crowd of civilians. An anonymous source reported to ‘The Daily Star Sunday’ that the incident occurred within an unnamed ISIS controlled village, close to the besieged jihadist stronghold of Mosul. It is believed that the team of SAS operators had been tracking the detachment of ISIS troops when a confrontation ensued between the Islamic extremists and dozens of fleeing civilians.

While the original orders for the SAS team were reconnaissance and infiltration, the dynamic nature of the unfolding situation impelled the elite troops to intervene. A group of three, possibly high ranking ISIS militants were sheltered within a second story room overlooking an open space within the village. As the terrified crowd began to flee, one ISIS member prepared to fire upon the crowd of men, women and children. However, before the extremist could begin shooting, an SAS sniper fired a single shot. What happened next stunned everyone involved as the .338 Lapua Magnum bullet instantly killed the aggressive militant at the window with a headshot. However, in an incredibly unlikely turn of events, the bullet’s trajectory continued into the chest of another militant, passing through his heart, ricocheting off a wall and fatally wounding the last ISIS soldier in the building.

The SAS soldier was reportedly equipped with a L115A sniper rifle, accurate to 1800m and accompanied by a spotter, tasked with range finding, accuracy adjustments, and target viewing. Following the shooting, the SAS team entered the building and confirmed that all three ISIS troops had been killed by the ‘one in a million shot’. The incredible incident comes at an appropriate time as ISIS continues to sustain huge territorial losses and casualties within Iraq and Syria.

Source: Mail Online
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