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PICTURES: Losses As Haruna Towers Catches Fire

Haruna Towers which was burnt

Traders at Haruna Towers at Kubbiri along Bombo road are counting losses after fire gutted some of the shops on one of its floors this morning.

The top floor, see doctor http://communityartsprogram.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-press-this.php housing Global Institute of Information Technology (Gi-IT), salve belonging to Ben Opolot, the managing editor Vision group was most affected.

According to Wandegeya Police Commander, Cesar Tusingwire, the cause of the fire is still unknown pending investigations.

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Gi - IT property was destroyed in the inferno

Gi – IT property was destroyed in the inferno

“We are yet to find the real cause of the fire but as police, we played our part and saved the entire building from being razed down,” Cesar said

When we reached the scene, some thugs were breaking into the nearby rooms and taking off with merchandise in the pretext of saving them from fire.

A section of the building that was destroyed

A section of the building that was destroyed

Mr Tusingwire cautioned businessmen and owners of buildings in the city to be vigilant on fire-related issues

“This is a very bad season with lots of fire outbreaks,” he said. “Police has so far recorded three incidences in less than a month”

Kasirye, one of the occupants of the said building dealing in consultancy services expressed concern over the installation of expired fire extinguishers in the building that cannot save the situation in such incidences.”

Furniture that was destroyed by the fire

Furniture that was destroyed by the fire

According to Kasirye, this is a very common scenario in most of the city buildings. He asked police and those concerned to work on such issues if they are to save business in the city from fire incidences.

UMEME workers rushed to the scene to disconnect power

UMEME workers rushed to the scene to disconnect power

Wandegeya police boss Tusingwire Cesar says the source of the fire is unknown

Wandegeya police boss Tusingwire Cesar says the source of the fire is unknown

 

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