Two missiles from Yemen were launched towards a United States ship, according to officials.

On Sunday evening, the U.S. Central Command reported that two ballistic missiles were launched from areas controlled by the Houthi rebels in Yemen towards the USS Mason, a destroyer vessel of the Arleigh-Burke class. The missiles landed in the Gulf of Aden approximately 11 miles away from the ship, and there were no reports of injuries or damage.

The Central Command (CENTCOM) reported that the M/V Central Park, a commercial ship, had sent a distress signal claiming to be under attack. The USS Mason, a member of the Eisenhower Carrier Strike Group, promptly responded to the call for assistance.

“The CENTCOM reported that upon reaching the destination, coalition forces requested for the release of the ship. As a result, five armed individuals disembarked the vessel and tried to escape using a small boat. The MASON gave chase and the attackers eventually surrendered.”