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Big fire breaks out in factory
MOHAMED YASIN January 12, 2019
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DUBAI: A massive fire broke out in a factory in Jebel Ali area of Dubai on Friday morning. The firefighters of the Civil Defence immediately swung into action and brought the blaze under control. A Civil Defence official confirmed that there were no reports of casualties in the incident.

The fire brigade squads reached the scene as fast as possible after receiving the emergency alert.

“The blaze broke out at 9.21am and within ten minutes the firefighting teams reached the spot from three Civil Defence centres in the emirate of Dubai,” added the official.

Maj. Gen. Rashid Thani Al Matroushi, Director General of Dubai Civil Defence, supervised the entire operation conducted by the squads. Brig. Rashid Al Falasi, Assistant Director General for Extinguishing and Rescue Affairs, led the team of the firefighters. The fire did not damage the adjoining factories. “A probe has been ordered,” added the official.

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