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Under-construction high-rise building collapses in Abu Dhabi – Daily NatureNews WAALI

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Under-construction high-rise building collapses in Abu Dhabi – Daily Nature


















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ابوظہبی(قدرت روزنامہ) متحدہ عرب امارات کے دارالحکومت ابوظہبی کے علاقے البطین میں زیر تعمیر عمارت جزوی طور پر منہدم ہوگئی، پولیس اور شہری دفاع کی ٹیموں نے رہائشیوں کو جائے وقوعہ سے دور رہنے کی تاکید کردی . اماراتی میڈیا کے مطابق ابوظہبی شہر میں ایمرجنسی رسپانس ٹیمیں فی الحال البطین کے علاقے میں جزوی طور پر منہدم ہونے والی زیر تعمیر عمارت کی جگہ کو منظم اور محفوظ بنانے کے لیے کام کر رہی ہیں .


In this regard, the Abu Dhabi Police has said that its teams are working together with the Abu Dhabi Civil Defense to tackle the incident, while staying away from residential areas and relying only on information from official sources. No details are yet available on whether anyone was injured in the incident, however, the Al-Batin area is a predominantly residential area on the western side of Abu Dhabi Island and has many villas, parks and community facilities, Al-Batin Beach being one of them. It is a popular attraction.
A few days ago, a fire broke out in a warehouse in the capital of the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi. One was injured or missing in this fire incident.
A few days ago an oil tanker caught fire in Al-Bathana area in Fujairah, after which Fujairah Police closed Sheikh Maktoum Street in both directions from Al-Bathana area to Al-Farf Roundabout, after the accident was reported to Fujairah Police. It was received and police patrols and fire fighters were immediately dispatched to the scene where the search and rescue team responded in time and shifted the injured to Fujairah Hospital for necessary treatment.
Earlier on August 3, a fire broke out in two warehouses of auto spare parts in an industrial area in the Sharjah state of the United Arab Emirates. Travelers in Dubai, Sharjah and Ajman reported thick black clouds of smoke rising from the warehouse.

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