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UAE: Fire contained at Dubai's Lamcy Plaza

No injuries were reported from the blaze, which is believed to have started at the shopping centre's roof

The fire is believed to have started at Lamcy Plaza's roof. [Image: Dubai Media Office]
The fire is believed to have started at Lamcy Plaza's roof. [Image: Dubai Media Office]

A fire broke out at Dubai's Lamcy Plaza shopping centre, located in Oud Metha, on 3 March. 

Dubai Media Office (DMO), the emirate's news agency, tweeted at 1.47pm that Civil Defence (DCD) authorities were working to extinguish the blaze. 

According to DMO, the fire started at the shopping centre's roof. 

The facility was evacuated as part of DCD's firefighting operations, and no injuries were reported from the incident.

Cooling operations were underway at the facility by 2.30pm.

Maj Gen Abdullah Al Marri, commander-in-chief of Dubai Police and Rashid Al Matroushi, director general of DCD, visited Lamcy Plaza following the blaze.

 

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