- After the explosions that happened in Beirut, Lebanon, two massive fires broke out in two different countries
- In France, forest fires broke out at damaged hectares of vegetation and thousands evacuated
- Meanwhile, in the United Arab Emirates, a fire broke out at a popular market and caused major damage
- It was reported that the market has been closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic
On Wednesday, two massive fire happened in two different countries. Thousands were urged to evacuate the areas.
KAMI learned that there was a forest fire that happened in France and a large fire broke out in a market in Ajman, United Arab Emirates (UAE).
In a report by GMA News Online, about 3,000 were evacuated near Marseille in southern France as forest fires ruined 1,000 hectares of vegetation.
Around 1,800 firefighters battled against the blazes. 14 people sustained light injuries. However, no civilians were reported as of posting time.
Meanwhile, Reuters reported that a massive fire broke out at a popular market in Ajman. The fire damaged the building, causing some parts of it to completely fall and burn.
The said market has been closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As of now, the cause of the fire is still under investigation.
No injuries or deaths were reported. The authorities declared the fire under control.
On Wednesday, a massive explosion happened in Beirut, Lebanon. Many residents died and sustained major injuries because of the blasts.
After the twin blasts, two Filipinos were reported dead. The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) reported that eight Filipinos were injured as well.
A wedding photoshoot of a 29-year-old bride was also interrupted by the massive explosion and it was all caught on camera.
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