3 civilians killed by Houthi-laid explosive device in Al-Jawf
Three civilians including a child were killed on Saturday by the explosion of an explosive device left behind by Houthi militia in Al-Jawf province.
Local sources told September Net that an improvised explosive device had been laid by Houthi rebel militia exploded under a motorcycle owned by a citizen in Al-Maslob district, west of the province.
The blast killed three civilians among them a child and wounded a fourth, the sources added.
The IED went off on a main road in the Al-Maslob district center. The Iran-backed Houthi militia has planted thousands of mines and explosive devices in various fake shapes among residential areas, public roads and in farms in all its formerly-held regions in the province.
As a result, hundreds of civilians have been left dead and injured or maimed most of them are women and children.