What's very notable about this video is that while the markings and damage on the missile appears identical to the one pictured below it appears the missile in the video is covered in much more overgrowth. This seems to indicate that the photograph was taken at a much earlier date, which suggests these missile remains have been in place for many months.
Thanks to Salaam Sami for pointing out this photograph, which may be the first clear debris evidence of a Scud missile in Syria
This picture was supposedly taken in the village of Moelh, Deir Ez Zor, and unlike previous large missile and rocket remains, which pointed to other types of weapons(mainly Luna-M/Frog-7 rockets), the missile in this photograph appears to share the same characteristics as the Scud-B/C. Here's images of the Scud-A and Scud B engines (source)
You'll note the second picture showing the Scud-B engine matches strongly with what can be seen in the photograph from Moelh, and the rail that runs along the length of the missile, in line with a tail fin, also appears in this photograph of a Scud-B
However, it should be noted one photograph shouldn't be considering 100% positive proof this is from Syria, but I've been unable to come across the same image using various online search tools. If it is a genuine image then this is the first clear debris evidence of Scud missiles being used in Syria.
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