Fire Breaks out in Warehouse in Umm Ramool Dubai

A fire broke out on a Monday afternoon (August 10, 2020) in Umm Ramool area in Dubai in one of Duty Free warehouses.

This is the 3rd fire reported in the UAE within the last few days. A huge fire was reported in a popular market in Ajman last week, and there were 2 reports of fires in an Abu Dhabi, one in a residential building in Al Mamora and and one near the Old Airport Road.

Dubai Civil Defence Puts out Fire Dubai Duty Free Warehluse in Umm Ramool

According to reports, the Dubai Civil Defence immediately arrived at the area and was able to control the fire within 10 minutes.

Now, cooling are ongoing. Fortunately, no injuries were reported.

No other information is shared, but more details to follow.

Below is a post from @UAE_Barq_EN on social media about the fire being put out:

Below is a post from Dubai Media Office that the fire was controlled by Dubai Civil Defence:

Below is a post from @LovinDubai regarding the fire that recently broke out this afternoon:

We are glad that the Dubai authorities were able to put out the fire within minutes.

This recent fire is another reminder for us all residents to be extra careful and a warning that we should take the time to learn how to detect fire hazards to prevent fire accidents from happening.

On another note, for us residents, it’s good that we try to have our homes insured in case of unforeseen incidents. There are a variety of insurance companies online that are offering insurance for at least AED 200+ to insure our apartments for a year.

Let us all stay safe everyone!