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This photo shows a fire erupted in a scrap ship.
The Umm Al Quwain Civil Defence teams supported firefighting teams from Ras Al Khaimah Civil Defence and Ajman Civil Defense, have brought a fire that erupted in a scrap ship under control.
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According to official sources, the firefighting teams were dispatched to a pier in Al Rafa area in Umm Al Quwain as soon as the operation room was alerted about the fire on Monday morning.
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.
Several fire engines were trying to douse the flame.
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Two workers with moderate burns were transferred to the hospital to receive the necessary treatment by national ambulance.
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Heartrending scenes of a newborn plucked alive from the rubble and a broken father clutching his dead daughter's hand have laid bare the human cost of violent earthquakes in Syria and Turkey that by Wednesday had claimed 7,800 lives.
The AFP cameraman captured a poignant picture of a Turkish father, Masoud Hanser, refusing to leave his dead daughter's hand under the rubble.
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