A worker killed and four children and woman injured by Houthi shells in Hodeidah

A worker killed and four children and woman injured by Houthi shells in Hodeidah


A worker and four children and a woman were killed and injured by the continuous artillery shelling of Houthi militias on private installations on the outskirts of Hodeidah and residential cities in western  Yemen.

Local sources told Al-Masdar Online that Houthi militias shelled the Thabet brothers  compound and military positions of government forces along the Kilo-16 area in the past few hours.

According to the sources, Mohammed Nasr Wanis, a worker, was killed when Houthi militias shelled four of the dairy factory, which belongs to Thabet Brothers, and caused damage to the facility.

Houthi militias also shelled the homes of citizens in the village of Al-Juraiba, which belongs to al-Drihmi district, injuring four children and a woman, some of them seriously injured.

According to the sources, Rehab Mohammed Zaid Kasha' 4 years old, Hassan Awash Arimah 7 years old, Ahmed Salem Saghir, 124 years old, Yahya Zaid Kasha' 13 years old, and Salimia Salem Saghir Darwish 22 years old, were injured in the shelling.


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