11 Dies In Deadly Saudi Arabia Fire At Aramco Complex In Khobar, Over 199 Wounded
An unexpected fire flared up in Saudi Arabia’s residential building on Sunday that killed about eleven people and over 199 wounded in this deadliest blaze incident, Saudi authorities informed.
According to officials’ statement, the blaze erupted at a housing complex which is being used as residence by workers for the Saudi Aramco, Oil Company in the eastern city of Khobar.
Nonetheless, in this deadliest fire incident, many foreigners are also among the wounded people, while it reportedly said that they are suffering serious injuries but being treated in medical care centers.
The onlookers to media, some of the residents moved on rooftops to save their lives, though helicopters were being fought with fire to overcome the condition.
The actual reason behind the unexpected deadliest fire occurrence will be investigated soon as no one knows yet how fire rose inside the building Aramco complex which provides jobs as well residents to their migrant employees.
It is a trend Saudi Arabia hired foreigners for company working same Aramco carrying out and so many migrants working in this oil giant firm.
Civil Defense Ministry of Saudi Arabia took its Twitter to share some information about the deadliest fire happening.
He posted the tweet, “Cars and furniture caught fire in the basement of one of the towers, heavy smoke billowed, obstructing rescue and firefighting operations.”
Aramco urged police forces to investigate the issue and find out consequences to let them know how blaze rose in residential complex. The building known as Radium Residential Complex that appears to be gateway which contains eight, six-story housing with 486 apartments.
The building is not consist of apartments, even has gyms, shops, a cinema house, and providing some other wanted facilities to migrants as well other residents.