(Muslim Press) - Critical fuel shortages and a lack of medical supplies caused by Saudi-led coalition air-strikes could force a major hospital in Yemen’s capital to shut down, Save the Children has warned. According to AFP, the humanitarian organization said late Sunday that the shortages may force the Al-Sabeen Hospital to shut its doors within 48 hours. Supported by Save the Children, the hospital provides main facility for an estimated three million people and 90 percent of its imports came from the Red Sea port of Hodeida, the organization said in a statement. "The hospital has entirely run out of IV fluid, anaesthetic, blood transfusion tests, Valium to treat seizures and ready-prepared therapeutic food for severely malnourished children," the statement said citing the hospital's deputy manager Halel al-Bahri. Over 15 million people, which is an increase of 40 percent since March, don’t have access to basic healthcare across Yemen, the organization stated. Recommended:Saudi ground troops invade northern Yemen “Since Saudi Arabia launched its military attacks against Yemen on March 26, over 4,300 people have been killed,” the World Health Organization said on August 11. Local Yemeni sources, however say the death toll is much higher.