Terrifying footage has emerged of survivors running for their lives after an ISIS suicide bomber blows up a car in Aleppo.
The massive explosion was captured by a drone, and the blast obliterated the surrounding buildings in Syria.
The vehicle can be seen slowly driving around what appears to be a square packed with other cars and people before a terrorist detonates a bomb.
As the car blows up, people can be seen desperately scuttling away from the scene in an attempt to flee the fireball.
A massive plume of smoke billows into the air and a black crater is left behind.
The death toll is not known at the moment, but it comes days after a suicide bomber killed more than 120 people in Syria by luring children toward him by handing out crisps before detonating his explosives.
The bomb, which killed at least 126 people including 68 children, tore through buses carrying evacuees from besieged government-held towns, the worst in war-torn Syria in more than a year.
The blast hit a convoy carrying residents from the northern towns of Fuaa and Kafraya as they waited at a transit point in rebel-held Rashidin, west of Aleppo.
A vehicle carrying food had arrived at the transit point and started distributing crisps and attracting children before exploding.
Syria's war has left more than 320,000 people dead since erupting in 2011, with more than half the population forced from their homes and hundreds of thousands trapped under siege.