A video of the Houthi strike on a Greek ship in the Red Sea last week was released by private Greek media Skai tv and Kathimerini.gr on Friday evening.

For the second time in the span of just a few days, rare and dramatic images from a bridge camera shows the moment a missile hits the bulk carrier, Malta-flagged Zografia, which sustained minor damage. There were no injuries among the crew.

The bulk carrier Zografia (built in 2010) of 56,894 dwt was sailing from Vietnam to Israel.

As it is reported by the Greek television station Skai, the ship had sailed unladen from Vietnam to Israel. The attack caused only minor damage, which did not affect the navigation of the ship.

The Maltese-flagged M/V Zografia reported they were struck but seaworthy and continuing their transit.

From the shocking footage someone can see clearly crew members on deck running away from the blast.

Last week, Yemen’s Houthis targeted a US-owned bulk carrier ship after Washington put the group back on its list of global terrorists.

The Indian Navy published photos showing damage to the supramax bulker 55,255-dwt Genco Picardy owned by US-based Genco Shipping & Trading.

The Indian forces provided assistance to the ship which had 22 crew members, including 9 Indian.

No casualties were reported in this incident, as the navy reported last week.

The US military reported on Thursday another Houthi attack on an American-owned tanker. Houthis launched two anti-ship ballistic missiles near the vessel M/V Chem Ranger, a Marshall Island-flagged, US-owned, Greek-operated tanker. The attack caused no injuries or damage, and the ship continued underway after the missiles impacted the water.

The United States on Saturday conducted airstrikes against a Houthi anti-ship missile that was aimed into the Gulf of Aden and was prepared to launch.

The ongoing pace of US strikes in Yemen underscores a willingness by the Biden administration to use force against the Houthis, something the White House had avoided doing for weeks over concerns of sparking a regional escalation.

But as Houthi missile and drone launches against commercial vessels continued, the US actions against the Houthis have become a more regular occurrence.