Dubai: On Sunday, August 6, in the capital of the UAE, a high-rise building caught fire. This is the second fire in a week in skyscrapers built in the coastal area of the city. Eyewitnesses published a photo of the fire in social networks.
The photo shows that the fire covered the outer part of the facade of the Tiger Tower.
Later it became known that the firemen quickly extinguished the fire and prevented it from spreading into the building.
Nevertheless, this ignition caused great anxiety in the city, as it became the second after a major fire in the Torch Tower, a 79-story residential building over 330 meters high. It was only a few blocks away in the same area of Dubai Marina, located on the shore of the bay.
The fire in the Torch Tower spread to the side and four upper 4 floors and significantly damaged one of the world's tallest skyscrapers, which housed apartment apartments.