Casualties from Saudi air raids on Hodeidah’s market, gas station rise to 30




At least thirty civilians were killed and wounded on Monday in an initial toll when the Saudi-led coalition warplanes sequently hit a popular market and a nearby gas station in Al-Jarahi district of Hodeidah coastal governorate, a security official told YemenExtra.

More than twenty civilians were killed so far, while dozens sustained injuries in the three airstrikes, the official added.

Medics in Hodeidah hospitals have received tens of seriously injured civilians from the war crime, saying the numbers of deaths are more likely to escalate as the rescue teams are still searching for possible survivors buried under the rubble.

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