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An 8-month-old baby girl died after fire broke out in Al-Barsha area of Dubai on Sunday, according to Dubai Police.
The fire broke out in a room where the baby was sleeping.
Major General Abdullah Al Khalifa Al Marri Commander General of Dubai Police visited the Humaid Al Kharousi family to pay condolences.
The Commander was also briefed by experts from the General Directorate of Forensic about the cause of the fire.
According to authorities, the Control Center in the General Directorate of Operations got a communique around noon, concerning the fire.
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The police were able to reveal the main reason behind the fire, and to disclose the fact that was concealed by a worker and an engineer of a company operating on the site to evade responsibility.
The Asian died while he was inside the place at the time of the fire, the source confirmed.
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