The Associated Press (AP) reported that a U.S. drone strike targeted a truck of an Iranian proxy militia in eastern Syria today, destroying the vehicle. 

According to two Iraqi militia officials, the drone strike did not result in any casualties. However, the U.K.-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), a civilian watchdog for the Syrian civil war, reports that the driver was killed in the strike. 

SOHR reporters stated that the drone hit an armored vehicle of the Iraqi Hezbollah faction which is part of the Iraqi Al-Hashd al-Sha. The strike took place in the al-Swiah region at the border between Iraq and Syria.

The Iraqi militia officials, who asked to be unidentified since they are not authorized to speak with the media, said that the truck belonged to the Kata’ib Sayyid al-Shuhada, (KSS) which is active along the Iraq-Syria border.