Iranian Cruise Missile, Fired from Yemen, Hits Saudi Arabian Power Plant

Iranian Cruise Missile, Fired from Yemen, Hits Saudi Arabian Power Plant

Houthi rebels in Yemen have fired an Iranian cruise missile into Saudi Arabia and hit the Jazan Power Generation Plant.

The plant is reportedly on fire and a widespread electrical outage is confirmed in Jizan, Saudi Arabia.

This is a developing story, check back for updates. . .

 

UPDATE 5:19 PM EDT --

The cell phone video below reportedly shows the moment of missile-impact at the power plant in Saudi Arabia:

 

UPDATE 5:25 PM EDT --

Houthi Rebels have allegedly released a statement about the missile attack upon the power plant.  I am endeavoring to get this translated.

 

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