The shells hit residential neighborhoods and Thabet Brothers facilities in the eastern part of the port city
Seven workers injured in Houthi shelling of Hodeidah industrial complex
Seven workers were injured on Sunday when Houthis fired mortar shells at the Thabet Brothers industrial complex in Yemen's Red Sea city of Hodeidah.
The shells hit industrial facilities and residential neighborhoods in the eastern part of the city controlled by Saudi coalition-backed forces, local residents told Almasdar Online.
Some workers sustained severe injuries and were taken to Al-Duraihimi hospital, residents living near the complex said.
Last weekend, Houthis shelled the Thabet Brothers dairy factory, killing one worker and injuring two others.