Fire Outbreak In Popular Ajman Market Dubai, UAE. (Photos)
A massive fire has engulfed the popular Ajman market in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
According to official reports, the fire broke out at 6:30 pm on Wednesday evening August 5, in the emirate’s new industrial area in Ajman, which is not too far away from Dubai.
No injuries or deaths have been recorded.
But properties worth millions of dollars have been lost to the fire.
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The fire incident in Ajman has come less than 24 hours after a huge explosion rattled Beirut, the capital city of Lebanon killing at least 100 and injuring more than 3,000 people.
However, In videos posted on Twitter, fire services were seen rushing to the Ajman incident site and it took frantic work of three hours by the fire service to put off the flames. Authorities are still accessing the market area to ascertain the cause of the fire.
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