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Dubai Civil Defence members control a fire in Jebel Ali.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
A massive fire broke out at a petroleum products warehouse in Dubai’s Jebel Ali in the wee hours of Wednesday.
Dubai Civil Defence and specialised teams rushed to the site to contain the fire that broke out in the warehouse in Jebel Ali area.
Sheikh Mansoor Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Sports Council, also visited the site along with officials to assess the situation.
Sheikh Mansoor Bin Mohammed interacts with officials at the site.
The Government of Dubai Media Office in a series of tweet shared images of the inferno.
The Dubai Civil Defense brought the warehouse fire under control.
No injuries reported.
Forensic department members were at the site to determine the cause of the fire
According to an official source at the Civil Defence, the firefighting teams were rushed from the Rashidiya station to the location where the fire erupted when the operations room was alerted about it at exactly 8.50am on Saturday.
Residents have been urged to regularly maintain electrical systems and keep all inflammable items in safe places.
A mechanic who lost his warehouse to a money lender after failing to pay off a Dhs200,000 loan set the warehouse on fire, a jury heard on Monday.
The two children were alone with their grandmother when the fire erupted at 10:30am, adding that their parents were at work at the time.
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