The firefighters managed to contain the fire, and no injuries were reported confirmed the sources.
Sharjah Civil Defence teams managed to bring under control a fire that broke out in a 17-storey residential tower under construction overlooking the emirate’s King Faisal Street.
Residents have been urged to regularly maintain electrical systems and keep all inflammable items in safe places.
The marine squad of the General Directorate of Civil Defence of Ajman on Saturday rescued a young Arab and an Asian from drowning, while a third Asian died in the hospital.
Lt General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-chief of DubaiPolice, has followed up on the efforts exerted to control the fire at one off the Expo 2020 locations.
Hayat received international attention for her artwork of a statue of a woman made out of shards of glass, rubble, and a broken clock marking the time 6:08pm, the moment the mega explosion took place.
According to an official source, the operations room of the Sharjah Civil Defence received a report at 4:23am that a fire erupted in a site containing scrap cars in Industrial Area 10.
According to Brigadier Abdulhalim Al Hashimi, acting director of Al Qusais Police Station, no injuries were reported in the incident. However, two nearby shops, a pharmacy, a beauty salon, and three cars got damaged.
The 262 pilots grounded on Friday included 141 from PIA, nine from Air Blue, 10 from Serene Airline, 17 from Shaheen Airlines, which has closed down, Sarwar said.