Initial count: 21 dead and 4 wounded, mostly children, in the latest Saudi-led Aggression bombardment of a house in Sadah
21 dead and 4 wounded are the latest victims of a Saudi-led Aggression bombardment of a residential house in the City of Sadah.
Source from the rescue team dispatched to the area confirmed that a series of thirteen air raids hammered the city of Sadah just after midnight on Tuesday, just a while ago, targeting multiple houses and government facilities. One of the air raids targeted a house belonging to Abdullah Al-Abbi, whose home was located close to the cultural center for the city of Sadah. The house was destroyed to the ground burying more than 30 civilians under its rubble, mostly children, women and elderly.
Until this moment, according to eye witnesses, rescue teams are still trying to dig out the remains of the victims and their bodies from the under rubble. Initial counts have reported a casualty of 25 people, including 21 dead and 4 injured. Most of the casualties are women and children.
Throughout the day on Tuesday more than 100 air raids targeted different regions and districts in the governorate of Sadah, raiding on population centers, government facilities and farms. In addition, the Saudi-led Aggression ground assaults targeted the border areas of Yemen with hundreds of rockets and missiles, including one hundred rockets launched at once about an hour ago from Saudi territory to the regions of Al-Menzalah, Al-Mazrag and Al-Madafin in the governorates of Sadah and Hajjah.