Reports from residents in the local paper say how fantastic the security guards and fire department were in ensuring everyone evacuated the building safely. Despite balconies quite literally melting away there is no damage inside some apartments in the affected area.
Residents are back in their apartments below the 38th floor, cleaning the balconies. Anyone between the 38th and 51st floors hasn't been allowed back in their apartments yet, but residents above the 51st floor have been allowed to return, under supervision to collect essential items, but until the fire investigation team have carried out their investigation, nothing else can be removed from the building and it will probably be a month before residents will be allowed to return to their homes.
I read about this. Thanks goodness that no one got hurt. #mysundayphotoReplyDelete
a couple of people with smoke inhalation but otherwise all ok, it could've been much worseDelete
That must have been so awful for those living there.ReplyDelete
terrible, although they are getting support and have been found temporary accommodation, still not known what caused itDelete
Was this near to where you live? I heard about it and wondered how close you wereReplyDelete
Thank you for linking up
it is opposite the hotel where we lived before our house was ready which is about 10km away, it's in Dubai MarinaDelete