The government media office in Gaza said the electricity generation company is threatened with shutting down within hours due to fuel depletion.
The office issued an urgent appeal to the international community and its humanitarian organizations to take swift action to stop what it described as a crime against humanity.
For his part, the spokesperson for the Ministry of Health in Gaza called on international bodies to take effective steps to protect medical crews, health facilities, and ambulances.
The Ministry of Health in Gaza had announced the martyrdom of 2 and injury of 2 other paramedics after an ambulance crew was targeted while evacuating the injured near Al-Karamah Towers early Wednesday morning.
Sounding the Alarm
Meanwhile, health workers in Gaza are sounding the alarm due to the imminent depletion of fuel and the potential for a complete electricity blackout across hospitals, which are already unable to accommodate the high numbers of martyr and injured bodies due to insufficient capabilities and medical supplies.
Calls are increasing to urgently deliver humanitarian aid and stop the airstrikes targeting civilians and health facilities.
Previously, Maxar Technologies had published images showing the effects of the Israeli bombardment on Gaza, with the photos demonstrating the extent of destruction across entire neighborhoods in central and northern Gaza.
The Israeli occupation army is intensifying its raids on Gaza for the fifth consecutive day, leaving over 900 martyrs, while the number of Israeli casualties at the hands of Palestinian resistance has risen to 1,200.