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WATCH: Fire breaks out in Kirkuk clothing market, bystandards rush to help

2018/05/28 | 11:55

(Iraq Now News)- The fire caused considerable collateral material damage to nearby shops, but there were no human casualties, the civil defense team informed Kurdistan 24.

“Civil defense teams were able to quickly extinguish the fire before it spread to other shops,” an eyewitness told Kurdistan 24.

Electrical fires are quite common in Iraq, especially during the summertime.

High temperatures, a strained power grid, and tangled, exposed wires, are a safety risk which has yet to be addressed by governing authorities. 

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