The Civil Defence teams in Dubai brought under control a fire that broke out in a ceramics warehouse in Umm Al Ramool.
Mohammed Yaseen, Staff Reporter
The Civil Defence teams in Dubai brought under control a fire that broke out in a ceramics warehouse in Umm Al Ramool. No injured people were reported.
A Dubai Civil Defence source stated that that the operations room received a report at 16:48 on Thursday that a fire erupted in Umm Al Ramool area.
Fire-fighting teams from Al Rashidiya Fire-Fighting and Rescue Station as a competent authority and first responder rushed to the scene and arrived there in 3 minutes to find that the fire had erupted in a ceramics warehouse.
The source added that the Civil Defence teams and units started putting out the fire, while teams from Al Karama and Port Saeed stations rushed to the scene for additional support based on the request of the officer in charge.
The source confirmed that the Directorate of Civil Defence received a report at 17:39 that the fire was completely brought under control.
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