A new fire broke out at Lebanon’s Beirut port on Tuesday a little over one month after the August 4 fire that caused an explosion that rocked the capital, local LBCI and MTV news report.
Firefighters worked to extinguish the “garbage fire,” according to a video shared by MTV, adding that the cause of the fire remains unknown.
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Some smoke from the current fire at the Beirut port sea from my window around 9 KM away. I managed to take this quick video & move away to calm my mother down as she was asking me to get away from the window 5 times in a row. Can't blame her I was shaking too #Lebanon pic.twitter.com/ihRilkvNAd— Luna Safwan - لونا صفوان (@LunaSafwan) September 8, 2020