Barely 24 hours after a huge explosion rattled Beirut, the capital of Lebanon claiming not less than 100 lives and left many injured, another massive fire outbreak has been reported to have occurred at the emirate’s new industrial area in Ajman, which is some 50 km away from Dubai.
According to reports, the fire broke out at 6:30pm on Wednesday evening damaging lots of properties and left many injured.
Several fire fighting engines were seen rushing towards the incident site and reportedly took three hours to douse the flames.
This burgeoning news platform gathered that Ajman firefighters were able to prevent access to or from the building by surrounding it with police. They engaged the fire with the use of water and foam in extinguishing the blazes which have broken out in many shops therein.
The authorities in Dubai are yet to ascertain the cause of the fire. Meanwhile, no casualty has been reported so far.
According to the local government of Beirut, the massive blast which was caused by a careless ignition of some stored Ammonium Nitrate has caused damages amounting to $5 billion and left around 3,00,000 people homeless in the city.
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