A fire broke out in a car showroom in the Ras Al Khor area in Dubai, and the fire spread to eight other showrooms, causing damage to 55 vehicles in the eight exhibitions
A spokesman for the "Civil Defense" in Dubai said that the Operations Room received a report at 5:28 am yesterday, stating that a fire had occurred at a car showroom in the Ras Al Khor area, pointing out that the Nad Al Sheba Fire and Rescue Center acted immediately, responding to the first competent authority. Rescue and firefighting teams arrived six minutes after receiving the report.
He added that by arriving at the site of the accident, it was found that the fire was advanced and could extend to the neighboring exhibitions, so the firefighting teams began their tasks of containing the fire and fighting the fire, and received support and backing from the Rashidiya Fire and Rescue Center.
He pointed out that the field commander of the firefighting teams stated, after about half an hour of the combat operations, that there was a need for additional support, so the Port Said and Al Qusais centers were immediately moved to implement the support operations in the firefighting operation, and he added that the control efforts lasted about 38 minutes from the moment of arrival. Until the team leader announced that the accident was under control, without any injuries or deaths.
He explained that the accident resulted in damage to 55 cars out of a total of eight showrooms that were affected by the fire, noting that the work teams started cooling operations after they finished fighting the fire,