Ajman Police Offers Emergency Housing to Fire-Affected Residents

Ajman Police have swiftly responded to a recent fire incident that engulfed a medium-rise residential building in Al Nuaimiya 3 area of the emirate. Providing aid and support to those affected, authorities collaborated with partners including Emirates Red Crescent and Ajman Transport Authority to offer immediate relief.

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In a video message shared on X (formerly Twitter), Captain Rashid Hamdan Al Nuaimi of Ajman Police General HQ emphasized the comprehensive efforts taken to assist the affected individuals. The fire, whose cause remains undisclosed, impacted 16 flats and led to damage of 13 parked vehicles due to falling debris.

Remarkably, no injuries were reported as residents were promptly evacuated from the building located on Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Street. The collaboration between various entities ensured that emergency housing was arranged for all 207 individuals affected by the incident.

Director-General of Ajman Police Operations statement

Maj Abdullah Saif Al Matroushi, Director-General of Ajman Police Operations, used this opportunity to underscore the importance of adhering to safety measures, particularly in residential complexes. He urged residents to exercise caution in order to prevent potential fire hazards.

This joint response by the Ajman Police, Emirates Red Crescent, and other partners highlights the commitment to ensuring the safety and well-being of the community during unexpected emergencies. The collaboration and timely assistance provided to those impacted by the fire exemplify the dedication of these entities to swiftly address and alleviate unfortunate incidents.

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