Dozens of Houthi recruits killed, injured in coalition airstrikes in northern Sana'a

Dozens of Houthi recruits killed, injured in coalition airstrikes in northern Sana'a

Eyewitnesses told Almasdaronline that tens of pro-Houthi/Saleh recruits were killed or injured in airstrikes launched by the coalition's warplanes on a training camp, north of the capital, Sana'a.

 

The eyewitnesses said that at least 12 airstrikes have targeted a training camp in Wadi Dhar in Hamdan District.

 

The camp used to harbor a large number of recruits who were being trained and prepared to be sent to the battlegrounds.

 

The eyewitnesses added that several recruits escaped the airstrikes and were seen running towards the areas  of Beit Na'am and Dhula, while ambulance cars rushed to the scene following the air raids.

 

Other trucks belonging to the Houthis were seen transferring dead bodies and wounded recruits, and heading for Sana'a city.

 

Moreover, local people told Almasdaronline that spot, of which pro-Houthi/Saleh forces were using as a training camp, was surrounded by trees, and that the ordnance of the 1st Infantry Brigade and the 140th Air Defense Brigade were moved to this camp itself.

 

An area known as Al Kassarat site, which is located near the training camp, has previously been used by pro-Houthi/Saleh forces to launch ballistic missiles.

 

Earlier on Wednesday, the coalition's warplanes launched more than a dozen airstrikes on a training camp set up by pro-Houthi/Saleh forces in Anjar area, overlooking the same District of Hamdan.

 



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