One hospital in Hajjah receives more than 150 bodies of Houthi fighters

One hospital in Hajjah receives more than 150 bodies of Houthi fighters


Local and medical sources in the northwestern province of Hajjah said that over the past three days, the province's main hospital had received more than 150 bodies of Houthi fighters who had died on the fronts.

The correspondent for Al-Masdar online said that the refrigerator of the Republican hospital in the city of Hajjah was unable to absorb all the bodies transferred to it, forcing the perpetrators to put some of the bodies in ordinary refrigerators in the hospital Yard. "Many of the bodies that the hospital receives are deported a few hours after they arrive at the hospital to be buried, the capacity of the hospital's refrigerator cannot absorb all these numbers," he said.

The bodies were brought from the two fronts of Hajjah and Hodeidah, where clashes between Houthi militias, government forces, and coalition forces have recently escalated, the sources said.

The number of wounded hospitalized is more than 250 wounded, the sources said, who were received by the Abbs Rural hospital near the Ahem Triangle Front, one of the most inflamed fronts.

In the same vein, another local source in Qafl Shammar district of the province of Hajjah said that in the past three days, the directorate alone has received 30 bodies of militia fighters from the directorate sons.


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