Kuwait Firefighting teams fighting a huge fire in the oldest commercial market in the capital

Kuwait Firefighting teams fighting a huge fire in the oldest commercial market in the capital The public firefighting forces in Kuwait continue to try to control a huge fire that broke out today, Thursday, in the oldest commercial market in the capital, causing a large amount of losses, without causing any casualties, according to preliminary information.  The Kuwaiti authorities announced Thursday that a major fire broke out in the oldest commercial market in the capital, Kuwait.  And according to the official news agency "KUNA", "the Kuwaiti public firefighting force announced that a large fire broke out in the shops of the Mubarakiya market in the Kuwaiti capital."  While the Kuwaiti Ministry of Information said through its Twitter account, that "8 firefighting teams are struggling to control the Mubarakiya market fire, which broke out in dozens of shops containing perfumes and leather."   In turn, the public fire force appealed to citizens and residents not to gather in the area of ​​the Mubarakiya market fire, as well as the roads leading to it, to facilitate the task of firefighters and emergency teams.  Tweeters also circulated through their Twitter accounts, photos and video clips showing the enormity of the fire that broke out in the Mubarakiya market, and the rising flames and smoke from the shops.   As of 14:50 GMT, the Kuwaiti authorities had not announced any casualties, injuries, or the extent of material losses as a result of the fire.  Souk Al Mubarakiya is located in the heart of the capital, Kuwait, and is considered the oldest commercial market in the country, with a history dating back more than 120 years.

The public firefighting forces in Kuwait continue to try to control a huge fire that broke out today, Thursday, in the oldest commercial market in the capital, causing a large amount of losses, without causing any casualties, according to preliminary information.

The Kuwaiti authorities announced Thursday that a major fire broke out in the oldest commercial market in the capital, Kuwait.

And according to the official news agency "KUNA", "the Kuwaiti public firefighting force announced that a large fire broke out in the shops of the Mubarakiya market in the Kuwaiti capital."

While the Kuwaiti Ministry of Information said through its Twitter account, that "8 firefighting teams are struggling to control the Mubarakiya market fire, which broke out in dozens of shops containing perfumes and leather."

In turn, the public fire force appealed to citizens and residents not to gather in the area of ​​the Mubarakiya market fire, as well as the roads leading to it, to facilitate the task of firefighters and emergency teams.

Tweeters also circulated through their Twitter accounts, photos and video clips showing the enormity of the fire that broke out in the Mubarakiya market, and the rising flames and smoke from the shops.


As of 14:50 GMT, the Kuwaiti authorities had not announced any casualties, injuries, or the extent of material losses as a result of the fire.

Souk Al Mubarakiya is located in the heart of the capital, Kuwait, and is considered the oldest commercial market in the country, with a history dating back more than 120 years.
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