Football field-size fire breaks out at Gul Lane industrial building

21/1/2022 4:43:00 PM

Football field-sized fire breaks out at industrial building

https://str.sg/wAqqSINGAPORE - A fire the size of a football field broke out at No. 5 Gul Lane on Friday (Jan 21) afternoon, sending thick clouds of smoke into the sky.The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said it was alerted at 2.50pm to the fire at the premises, filled largely with drums containing flammable liquids and industrial chemicals.

About 40 workers had evacuated the area before help arrived.The SCDF said that the fire was raging intensely and at risk of spreading along the drain around the premises when it arrived at the scene.A total of 20 emergency vehicles and about 70 firefighters were deployed to the scene. The fire was extinguished at about 3.30pm.

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NEA: « no burning smell. »

Industrial fire breaks out at Gul Lane, one man taken to hospitalSINGAPORE: An industrial fire broke out at Gul Lane on Friday (Jan 21) which took the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) 20 emergency vehicles and about 70 firefighters to extinguish. The blaze, which was about the size of a football field, involved an industrial premises which largely contained drums wi NEA: « we did not notice any burning smell ».

Football field-sized fire breaks out at industrial buildingA fire the size of a football field broke out at No. 5 Gul Lane on Friday (Jan 21) afternoon, sending thick clouds of smoke into the sky. The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said it was alerted at 2.50pm to the fire at the premises, filled largely with drums containing...

Industrial fire breaks out at Gul Lane, one man taken to hospitalSINGAPORE: An industrial fire broke out at Gul Lane on Friday (Jan 21) which took the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) 20 emergency vehicles and about 70 firefighters to extinguish. The blaze, which was about the size of a football field, involved an industrial premises which largely contained drums wi NEA: « we did not notice any burning smell ».

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Copy to clipboard https://str.sg/wAqq SINGAPORE - A fire the size of a football field broke out at No. 5 Gul Lane on Friday (Jan 21) afternoon, sending thick clouds of smoke into the sky. The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said it was alerted at 2.50pm to the fire at the premises, filled largely with drums containing flammable liquids and industrial chemicals. About 40 workers had evacuated the area before help arrived. The SCDF said that the fire was raging intensely and at risk of spreading along the drain around the premises when it arrived at the scene. A total of 20 emergency vehicles and about 70 firefighters were deployed to the scene. The fire was extinguished at about 3.30pm. SCDF conveyed a man to Ng Teng Fong General Hospital with burn injuries to his forearm. There were no other reported injuries. The cause of the fire is under investigation. Videos of the fire were circulating online, with one posted to Facebook group Singapore Road Accident showing the clouds of black smoke in the air. Damage is seen along the drain outside. ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG Remote video URL Embed Facebook Facebook [Fire @ No. 5 Gul Lane] At about 2.50pm today (21 Jan), SCDF was alerted to a fire at the above-mentioned... Posted by