Fire due to Gas Leak in Restaurant in Dubai International City, 1 Person Dead

A gas leak caused a fire in International City on a Monday – 31st August 2020.  According to reports, the Dubai Civil Defense team was able to control the fire on a 4-storey building within 33 minutes.

The fire has been reported to be located at Dubai International City. Unfortunately, one person was reported to have died.

Authorities and firefighters immediately went to the scene after receiving a report at 4:31am on a Monday – 31st August 2020.
In the same day, a gas leak explosion left 2 people dead and some injured in a restaurant building in Abu Dhabi.

Below is a report from UAE BARQ regarding the incident:


Khaleej Times and Gulf News also reported the incident and shared it on social media:

Below is a post on social media about the same incident:

This is another reminder for us all to be extra careful and vigilant given the incidents of fire due to gas leak the past events. Please also try to take the time to insure our homes to avoid further losses due to damaged properties due to these tragedies.

 


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