The U.S. military says three airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Syria during the last week may have resulted in civilian casualties.
In a statement released Tuesday, the U.S. Central Command said an airstrike near Deir Ez Zur on September 7 struck a non-military vehicle that drove into the target area after a coalition aircraft released its weapons.
On September 10 near Raqqa, a coalition airstrike against an IS target may have resulted in the deaths of civilians nearby.
In a third coalition airstrike September 12 near Ash Shaddadah, what appeared to be a non-military vehicle drove into the target area after the weapon was released.
The statement did not give a number of dead or injured.