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Malik Heights on Ngong road goes up in flames

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Malik Heights building located on Ngong road was on fire on Monday night with properties of unknown value going up in flames.

The nine-storey building Malik Heights had a number of businesses in it as the fire broke from the ground floor. No casualties have been reported with the number of occupants in the building still unestablished

Witnesses say the fire broke out at around 8 pm occupying the ground floor as it spread towards car ownership where high-end cars are sold.

Also read:Meru family of four burnt beyond recognition in a house fire

At least four firefighting engines from the Nairobi County Government arrived at the scene to combat the fire that was quickly spreading.

Loud explosions could be heard as people joined in to save the vehicles trapped at the parking lot of the building.

Bulldozers joined the rescue mission creating pavements for the cars rescued from the inferno get to a safer area.

The cause of the inferno is not yet established but rescue missions were initially hard as the building is surrounded by other business around it.

Also read: Fire razes down a section of Gikomba market

Personnel from Kenya Power also made their way to the scene to ensure that power does not worsen the situation as it was.

Berryl Achieng
Kenyan news interests me a lot but I also keep tabs on other news making headlines in Africa and around the world.


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