Riyadh – Two children were among 26 people who sustained multiple injuries due to falling debris of a ballistic missile launched by the Iran-back Houthi militias.
The Saudi Royal Air Defence intercepted the missile as it was heading to hit civilian populated areas in the province of Najran and destroyed it.
Arab coalition spokesman Colonel Turki Al-Maliki said that 23 people were wounded by "falling scattered fragments", none of the injuries were serious.
However, Najran Civil Defence spokesman Captain Abdulkhaliq Ali Al-Qahtani that the latest toll of injured civilian people stood at 26 – including two children.
The total number of ballistic missiles launched by the Iranian-backed Houthi militia toward Saudi Arabia has so far reached 187 rockets.