Thousands of Cali residents have fled their homes amid escalating tensions with the United States-led Coalition Forces over the recent bombing of a military convoy.
The Coalition’s airstrike on Sunday killed nine people, including a child, as well as wounding three others.
More than 500 people have been injured and dozens of homes and businesses have been damaged by the US-backed Coalition.
The coalition has also targeted the civilian area of the city of Acapulco, according to local officials.
The Coalition said the convoy of a group of Colombian soldiers was moving toward the city when it was attacked by two Patriot missile batteries.
The Colombian army and a local civilian militia called the Civil Defence Coordination Committee responded with Patriot missile strikes.
The United States has said the attack on the convoy was a mistake and called for Colombia to abide by international law.
More:A coalition spokesman said the coalition had not received confirmation of civilian casualties but that it would take all necessary measures to protect civilians in Colombia.
Last Update: Sunday, 13 October 2017 KSA 17:26 – GMT 14:26