The explosion took place near the silos of the Tal Halaf area south of the city of Ras al-Ayn in the northwestern countryside of Hasakah, said the report.
A day earlier, two children were killed and three people were wounded when a car bomb went off in Ras al-Ayn. The explosion was caused by a booby-trapped taxi cab, which was detonated near the national hospital on Friday evening.
Ras al-Ayn, in the northwestern countryside of Hasakah province, is under the control of the Turkey-backed rebel groups.
SANA said the area witnesses rebel-on-rebel battles, adding that the rebels infighting renewed on Friday.
The Turkey-backed rebels used medium and light weapons in their infighting, which also includes detonating car bombs.
Turkey and the Ankara-backed rebels captured slivers of territory in northeastern Syria following a military campaign launched in October of 2019 as Turkey was aiming to quell the influence of the Kurdish-led rebel groups in that area.