Tuesday, 20 November 2018

Pictures: Breaking – Fire Breaks Out In Mbare At Magaba Home Industries (Updated)

A fire has broken out in Mbare at Magaba Home Industries just a day after another fire destroyed the Glen View Furniture Complex. Another fire also gutted Edgars Kadoma and two other shops. 

Magaba Home Industries is home to a sizeable number of workers in the informal sector. The Fire Brigade has responded quickly to the situation like it did yesterday, although in yesterday’s case, the Fire Brigade quickly ran out of water and had no other alternatives because the area had no water and the stream nearby was contaminated with oil.

Eyewitnesses who spoke to state media said that the fire was caused by a group of boys were smelting copper at a scrap yard near Magaba. Apparently, the smelters were doing their business without permission and when the yard owner came back, they fled leaving and left the fire unattended. The fire went out of control and damaged several cars and structures. The city of Harare later sent a message stating that the fire had been contained.
November has been a bad month for the county in terms of fires. Last week more than 30 people died when a Brooklyn Bus they were travelling in caught fire. Over the weekend a flat at Mpilo Hospital in Bulawayo was gutted by a fire and then on Monday, there was the Glen View Complex fire and the Edgars Kadoma fire.
Pictures: Breaking – Fire Breaks Out In Mbare At Magaba Home Industries (Updated)
Pictures: Breaking – Fire Breaks Out In Mbare At Magaba Home Industries (Updated)
Pictures: Breaking – Fire Breaks Out In Mbare At Magaba Home Industries (Updated)
Pictures: Breaking – Fire Breaks Out In Mbare At Magaba Home Industries (Updated)
Pictures: Breaking – Fire Breaks Out In Mbare At Magaba Home Industries (Updated)

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