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LAST MINUTE | Fire in the shopping center in Levent, Istanbul! Smoke rises from the roof of Metrocity

A fire broke out in Metrocity AVM in Istanbul Beşiktaş Levent. 34 vehicles and 106 personnel are responding to the fire. It was learned that the fire started from the roof and evacuations were made. I’m trying to control the fire. Beşiktaş, Şişli, Beyoğlu, Bakırköy and Sultangazi firefighters are responding to the fire. In the statement made by Şişli District Governor Ahmet Gazi Kaya, it was reported that there were no casualties or injuries in the fire. Security teams closed the Metrocity entrance of the metro as a security measure. It has been learned that other entrances and exits are open and passengers are directed.

A fire broke out at 12:45 in Metrocity AVM in Istanbul Beşiktaş Levent. After the fire, Büyükdere Street surrendered to black smoke in a short time.

A fire broke out in a shopping center in Levent, Istanbul. Firefighters continue to respond to the fire that started on the roof. The Chief of the Fire Brigade, conveying the latest information about the fire in the shopping center, ‘There is no loss of life or injury at the moment.’ used expressions. On the other hand, it was learned that the fire was brought under control after about an hour of work.
According to the information received, a fire broke out on the roof of a shopping center on Levent Büyükdere Caddesi at around 12:45 for an unknown reason. While the roof was engulfed in flames, black smoke rising from the building could be seen even from miles away.

‘NO LOSS OF LIVES AND NO INJURED’

Due to the fire that created dense smoke, team support was requested from other districts to firefighters. The Chief of the Fire Brigade, conveying the latest information about the fire in the shopping center, ‘There is no loss of life or injury at the moment.’ aforementioned.

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