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Dubai explosion: Blast rocks Jebel Ali port inflicting a big hearth

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There have been no reported deaths or accidents and the fireplace is beneath management, authorities mentioned. “A hearth has been reported to have damaged out in a container inside a ship anchored in Jebel Ali Port. A Dubai Civil Protection crew is working to place out the blaze,” Dubai Media Workplace mentioned in a tweet on their official account.

The Dubai Media Workplace posted a video of firefighters placing out the blaze on the port.

A number of CNN personnel in Dubai mentioned they heard and felt the explosion, which brought about buildings to shake, as far-off as 15 kilometers away from the port. Social media video confirmed a big ball of fireside burst from the port space lighting up the night time sky.

Jebel Ali is the ninth largest port on the planet and the most important within the area.

It is a creating story.

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