DUBAI: Fire Engulfs Luxury Hotel Skyscraper [VIDEO]

The Associated Press reports:

Fire broke out Thursday in a residential building near Dubai’s massive New Year’s Eve fireworks display. It was not immediately clear what caused the fire, which ran up at least 20 stories of the building near the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest skyscraper at 828 meters (905 yards). Burning debris rained down from the building as firetrucks raced to the scene. It was not immediately clear if anyone was wounded in the blaze. Dubai planned to wow spectators with three separate firework displays. The show was to begin at the Burj Khalifa, which organizers said was fitted with 400,000 LED lights. They said 1.6 tons of fireworks would be used in the display.

At this writing the fire is not under control and appears to be spreading.Dfire2


RELATED: Earlier this year an 80-story Dubai tower named the Marina Torch also burned.

  • Mike C

    They have their New Years disasters mixed up. The building is supposed to turn upside down and fill up with water.

    • ClevelandJim

      BEST laugh of the day, thank you!!!!!

    • pickypecker
      • bambinoitaliano
        • pickypecker

          ahh, Maureen…the voice of the 70’s disaster genre
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bcLazPauA1c

          • bambinoitaliano

            I love this song of her better! She’s the voice of disaster. LOL!!

          • TuuxKabin

            the voice of the decayed.

        • charliebkk

          I had forgotten how many Really Big movie stars were in that. Wow.

      • Joseph Miceli

        Oh no! Is Maggie Gallagher staying there? No wonder the building tipped over. They shouldn’t have let her anywhere NEAR the buffet!

      • Dagoril

        My god I love this movie. It’s a guilty pleasure of mine.

        It’s almost as “good” as The Room!

      • fuzzybits

        Poor Shelley Winters.

    • Michael Rush

      Start of the New Year with a Shelley Winters crotch shot .

      http://i899.photobucket.com/albums/ac199/jumpinacrater/a999/Shelly.jpg

      • TampaDink

        No thank you, very much. ☺

      • Mike C

        Maaaaaannny!

    • Jimmie Z

      … and fill up with water Dom Perignon.

      (This is Dubai, after all!)

      • xixixi

        A picture of beheaded gay man would describe the real Dubai better. Not only these savages have death penalty for homosexuality, they are funding ISIS.

        • Chucktech

          And not so much as a PENNY for desperate refugees from Syria.

    • A cute guy referencing The Poseidon Adventure? This year’s really trying to end on a good note.

    • Librarykid

      Too hard to do in the desert.

  • CA2015

    Does Dubai have a shoddy construction problem?

    • lymis

      Y’think?

      Or maybe a bribable building code inspector problem?

      • Johnny Wyeknot

        All that skilled slave labor

      • Mike C

        Maybe the slave labor didn’t give a shit.

      • Sporkfighter

        Or imported, and powerless construction workers who couldn’t be heard if they saw shoddy and fraudulent practices?

    • bkmn

      At a minimum they obviously have no fire prevention codes.

    • Greg B.

      International Building Code requirements, through things like fire protection systems (sprinklers), fire safing between floors, and non-combustible materials on the facade, are designed to prevent the sort of vertical spread of fire that you’re seeing in the video. There does appear to be a weak link somewhere.

      • Friday

        Yes, the weak link would appear to be in the tall part, where there seems to be a lot of fire. Also possibly what’s underneath. (expert analysis,)

    • Chucktech

      Dubai IS a shoddy construction problem.

  • bkmn

    This would be a shitty way to start the new year.

    • Chucktech

      Yeah, must suck for them…

  • hiker_sf

    Oh fuck no.

  • TuuxKabin

    Horrible. And the second time this year. What materials are used that would go up in flames like that, and continue spreading?

    • Octavio

      Vinyl siding.

  • hiker_sf

    I feel sorry for those who have to work there. But fuck everyone who chooses to vacation there.

    • tcinsf

      Why? Not that I’m planning on going there any time soon, and I can think of several reasons (not the least of which is how they treat workers and particularly foreign workers …. not uncommon in that part of the world,) but what is is about Dubai that earned them a “fuck everyone who chooses to vacation there?”

      • Chucktech

        Are you kidding?? Anyone who would put money into the coffers of these stultifyingly hypocritical (What would their ghastly god, Allah, say about such a decadent and hedonistic place?) slave driving assholes who don’t see fit to help out desperate Muslim refugees fleeing Syria (not even financially), among their many other perfidious traits can go fuck themselves.

        • Joseph Miceli

          Once again, applause!!!!

        • tcinsf

          Like I said, I’m not fixing to go there any time soon … but was looking for the specific reason why Dubai was singled out as opposed to the entire rest of the middle east. Slave labor is what I was thinking and that appears to be Hiker_SF’s focus.

          • douglas

            The man I am currently married to worked in Dubai from 2007 to 2011. During a routine medical exam for his work visa it was discovered that he was HIV+. He was handcuffed and led away to detention where he remained until he was put on a flight in handcuffs. He was not able to settle his affairs or pack his things. There was a fire at the place he was detained and no one came to assist any of the detainees. They had to lie on the floor and try to breathe. They all thought they were about to die. Luckily the fire was put out and he lived. I would never visit that horrible country because of what they did to my beloved. Their treatment was devoid of any compassion whatsoever.

          • Librarykid

            Fundamentalist religion and compassion rarely walk down the same side of the street.

          • Prixator

            If they ever do, it is only a coincidence.

      • xixixi

        Death penalty for gay people.

        • Chucktech

          To say the least…

      • hiker_sf

        Human rights violations, severely anti-gay, environmental crisis waiting to happen, take your pick. But near slavery – everyone should boycott them for that alone.

        • tcinsf

          These are all reasons I am certainly aware of … but they apply to most of the middle east too. When I think of Dubai, I think “why WOULD I go there. It seems to be one giant overpriced mall … Vegas without the charm … if Vegas had charm. there are reasons to go to Lebanon and Jordan, and neither of them are exactly bastions of freedom and liberty. Dubai … I have limited interest in Lamborghinis and Cartier….

          • Eric in Oakland

            So because other countries are doing it too, it’s ok?

            PS. Its only being “singled out” because it’s the subject of the thread, not those other countries.

          • tcinsf

            Not what I said. Not even CLOSE to what I said. I don’t expect that kind of retort from anyone educated beyond Jr. High.

          • hiker_sf

            I feel the same way about Vegas, etc, but it feels judgmental, so I would never boycott a place because I don’t like it. But human rights is another issue.

          • tcinsf

            Point taken … what I was saying is that what is GOOD about Dubai has no interest to me.

      • Joseph Miceli

        Treatment of women, environmental apocalypse, slave labor, death to gays…oh, what a desert paradise Dubai is.
        Fuck ’em.

  • Sam_Handwich

    it should collapse any second now

    • Ray Taylor
    • TampaDink

      When/if it does, I wonder how many thousands and thousands of (fill in the blank)______________ trumpet will personally witness celebrating as the tower comes down.

  • PLAINTOM

    How did Obama cause this ? I am certain Faux News will have the facts .

    • bambinoitaliano

      Because it’s in Dubai, the RWNJ probably cheering from New Jersey.

    • MDB

      Silly Tom, it’s all the fault of the homonazi men doing the buttsechs.

  • Sam_Handwich
    • TuuxKabin

      No injuries? Was the building not occupied? The thing looked to be burning from ground level to the top from the Twitter posted. I smell denial. All the money in the world and they can’t build to code.

      • What makes you think they have a building code?

      • Cackalaquiano

        I’m really afraid you may be right. It’s a hotel- how could it not be full of people?

        • MDB

          I wasn’t aware the they had also rerouted De Nial up
          into Dubai !?!?!?!

      • bambinoitaliano

        They will pay you enough to buy another unit somewhere. Just make sure you go out celebrating every new year eve just in case. 😛

      • RoFaWh

        Can’t? Make that won’t.

    • MDB

      Next we’ll hear that there was only minimal damage. Riiiiight.
      It appears that the building will be a total loss. I’d hate to be stuck
      up in the penthouse.

  • Happy Dance

    This is why I choose to live on the ground floor. Thank you very much. I hope all got out safely!!

  • Kevin Perez

    Srsly, what is that tower made out of, kindling?

  • TheManicMechanic

    Irwin Allen, we hardly knew ya…

    • pickypecker
      • ColdCountry

        While I will occasionally go up in a tall building, it’s never for long. That movie scared the shit outta me.

        • pickypecker

          I used to work on the 21st floor of an office building. Scared me every day, especially elevator rides.

          • TuuxKabin

            I lived on the 26th floor and never gave a thought to fire. The building was solid and well kept. And the view worth it.

          • ColdCountry

            Wouldn’t be for me. Actually, before fire, I always think, “What if the power goes out?” My knees will not take me down all those stairs.

          • bambinoitaliano

            I once have to walk down 21 floor for evacuation. I almost collapse, That was in my 20’s. Now I live on a much lower floor and hope a burly fireman will carry me out instead.

          • Joseph Miceli

            When I lived in Wilton Manors, I lived at the Wilton Towers apartment building and the elevator was always breaking. One time, a little old gay man was trapped in the elevator. It was sitting at the bottom of the shaft. The firemen came and pried the doors open to rescue him. The first thing he said, in a nelly, spiteful little voice, was “You boys don’t look like the guys in the calendar.”
            The firemen spent 10 minutes discussing whether or not they were going to close the doors back up before pulling him out.

          • bambinoitaliano

            Ha! I was trapped inside the elevator not so long ago. I summoned up my butchest strength and pry open the door and rescue myself. I’m not gonna get trap inside over an hour waiting for the elevator company to send it’s repairman. Here, they do not usually get the fire department for the rescue. Maybe I was not living in a Trump tower.

          • David L. Caster

            Never ever attempt to get out of the elevator on your own if it is between floors.

          • bambinoitaliano

            It wasn’t. It just stucked on the ground floor and not moving or opening.

          • TuuxKabin

            It seems to be much harder on the leg muscle group to walk down stairs then up. Whole different stress.

          • TuuxKabin

            Survived two blackouts in it, only had to walk up once, with an ice cold six pack two of shared every eight floors. Next day power was restored.

          • Octavio

            In BsAs we can count on at three brown outs every year. They usually last 24-30 hours. Our apartment is 14A — the only apartment on that floor. It’s a bitch to climb. But it’s not as bad as when we lived on the 34th floor in the “new” Puerto Madero neighborhood. We were stuck in that place for two days once. Not fun. And the building swayed a great deal. Even less fun.

          • David L. Caster

            Once the fire alarms sound, most building elevator systems go to the ground and stay there. You have to use the stairs during a fire. Use the stairs. They are much easier to go down that up. The very last thing you will need is for the door of an elevator you are in to open on a fire floor.

          • ColdCountry

            Excellent advice, but I think I’ll just stay as close to the ground as possible.

          • bambinoitaliano

            I’m always fear at “the other people” that left a stove on in the building.

          • RoFaWh

            I’ve read that there are three appliances that burn center workers don’t own because so many serious burns are caused by them:

            ✖ pressure cookers
            ✖ propane fueled barbecues
            ✖ deep fat fryers

            Of these, the risk to other parts of a building is highest wrt deep fat fryers. It’s not uncommon here to read of a house fire caused by a deep fat fryer turned on by a teenager and then forgotten.

          • bambinoitaliano

            Yeah living in a building among a community, you wish most of them are professional who barely spend anytime in the kitchen cooking and not some teenager babysitting siblings while parents working three jobs making end meets or students forgotten their ramen over boiling while they were in their rooms with headphone music blasting into their ears. Not that I have not burn food often in my kitchen. Like my OCD over locking of door, I often make sure the stove are not on when I’m going out or retiring for the night.

          • TuuxKabin

            We New Yorkers only think of ourselves, not what others may have done or may be doing.

          • Leo Tallant

            A cousin of mine and his wife were fairly high up in the MGM Grand fire in Las Vegas. They saw the fire on the news on their hotel room TV before they even knew there was a fire. They had quite a hard time getting out. The cousin said he saw people killed by large panes of falling broken glass. He ended up needing therapy.

            To this day they will not stay more than three floors up in any high rise hotel.

          • David L. Caster

            Most of the casualties in the MGM grand fire perished because they did not know the correct escape routes to use.

          • BillyDee4

            I worked for Sears National Headquarters in the seventies. We moved into Sears Tower just when this movie came out. It was a little scary.

      • Kevin Perez

        ..starring Mommy Dearest!!

  • Chris

    I hope that no one was injured… and that the entire thing get’s gutted, and isn’t covered by insurance. Fuck Dubai.

  • Jimmie Z

    Clearly, someone mis-translated “fireworks.” 💥☀️⚡️🌟💫✨

  • Jeffrey

    One commenter on Periscope “I came all the way from Austria to see the fireworks and now this!” A good reminder that other countries have assholes as well.

    • zhera

      Poor Austrian, having his luxury holiday ruined. My heart bleeds!

      • Sporkfighter

        My belly laughs.

        • Octavio

          My colon clears for him.

          • Todd20036

            That would be pretty cool, actually

  • ColdCountry

    “Houston, we’ve had a problem.”

    Dubai is a place I’ve have NO desire to visit, even before the world learned of its shoddy building practices, slave labor, etc. It strikes me as something Trump would build – all flash and no substance. (OK, unfortunate use of “flash,” but I’m not changing it.)

    • DaddyRay

      Dubai is like a Republican paradise: Corporate Greed with little regulation on business, Built on Oil Money, Slave Labor, Anti-Gay. It is no surprise Trump has his The Palm Trump International Hotel & Tower there

      • ColdCountry

        Does he really? No, why am I even asking, of course he does.

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    • Joseph Miceli

      I couldn’t agree more. The slave labor alone combined with what I assume is Sharia law (debtors prisons, modesty police, etc.) make that the last place on Earth I’d like to stay for a visit.

      • Mark

        I have been to Dubai on business a lot over the years and there are no modesty police.

        • Lars De

          Being gay did you feel comfortable there or did you find yourself being extra cautious about everything?

          • Mark

            Never thought a thing about it to be honest.

        • Joseph Miceli

          My mistake. I must have mixed up news articles.

    • bambinoitaliano

      Trump wish he had the money to build there. It’s a different league in that region of the world when it comes to wealth.

    • RoFaWh

      “Flash” impresses me as exactly the right word.

    • zeddy303

      I’ve been there on a couple day layover on business and it was enough to have gay.com (was a long time ago) censored and the people there are awful and miserable. Oh and it’s 100 degrees plus and humid!

      • ColdCountry

        Sounds like my idea of hell.

    • Police in the Gulf tourist hub of Dubai say they’ve detained 17 foreigners for allegedly displaying homosexual behavior in the city’s shopping malls and other public places. Police spokesman Zuhair Horoun says all the suspects are men who were either visiting or working in Dubai. He says they were detained Wednesday but did not elaborate or give details about their behavior. But the Dubai-based Gulf News reported Thursday that police detained “40 cross-dressing tourists.”

      http://truthhugger.com/2008/07/19/dubai-campaign-against-transvestites/

      The paper quotes Dubai’s police chief as saying the arrests are part of a campaign against “transvestites.”

      Outward homosexual behavior is banned in the United Arab Emirates. Despite its Western outlook, Dubai is a conservative Muslim city-state and, like much of the Arab world, remains largely hostile to homosexuality.

      http://i232.photobucket.com/albums/ee11/SDurro/transvestite-1.png

    • Snarkaholic

      Trump: Flash, trash, a nasty rash, and ill-gotten cash (and soon to crash(!)

  • Episonix

    I hope no residents, staff, or first responders get hurt 🙁

    • Friday

      I hope they put good access in, at least: I’m being hopeful the other side/middle of that thing let everyone get out before too long. It’s… not looking good for chances of not coming down.

  • DaddyRay

    Amazing how quickly this has gone up, do they not have fire codes at all?

    • bambinoitaliano

      If they let firework set up this close to the building, obviously not 🙂 They could use a good pyrotechnician.

  • zhera

    I hate fireworks and wish it would be banned worldwide.

    I hope all the residents are safe and the fire fighters are ok, too. God damn fire, I hate fire. (Unless it’s in a fireplace.)

  • Really, really hope that folks were and are able to get out of there okay, but that looks really bad.

    And it would not surprise me at all if it comes out later that the Dubai authorities skipped merrily over the fire codes when this skyscraper (and many others) were being built.

    • RoFaWh

      Their fire code — if any — will turn out to be a Potemkin village. Looks good but without substance.

    • David L. Caster

      Reports are that everybody got out. A few were injured, most were minor.

  • bryan

    I presume since being gay is illegal in dubai, we can’t be blamed for this one….

    • TampaDink

      I was presuming that the opposite would be true….that it would be blamed on us, supporting their horrible human rights records.

  • Ore Carmi

    This reinforces my perception of Arab governments as sucking at public safety.

    • bambinoitaliano

      They got plenty of money to buy stuff but not to be use to preserve live. That’s against their religion. LOL!

      • Sporkfighter

        Why would you need safety equipment, inspections, and the like when you have Allah on your side?

        Could there be a parallel between their religious nuts and ours? Inquiring minds want to know!

        • bambinoitaliano

          Not to mention it could be quite enticing to have virgins waiting in paradise.

  • MDB

    Pretty on the outside, no-doubt expensive to live in but built with the sloppiness and as haphazard and dangerous as factories in Bangladesh. How many more high-rises have to burn before strict fires codes AND sprinklers and effective sprinklers and fire-suppression systems are installed ???

    • Dubai presumably has those codes in place, but also has more than enough money to make people look the other way (or flat-out ignore them).

  • Paul Forsyth

    I hope people are OK. They are saying it’s an external fire. How is that possible.

    • bambinoitaliano

      Yeah it’s likely the fire works.

    • Sam_Handwich

      a cat got into the christmas lights

      • Tor

        Did not!

    • Friday

      Maybe a big tank of something outside, but it does look like those lower stories were fully-involved from some photos.

    • David L. Caster

      Fire travelled up the balconies.

  • MDB

    Their moooslim Gawd must not like them very much to allow this to happen.
    (Must not have killed and tortured enough ungawdly gays.)
    /snark

  • Mihangel apYrs

    latest reports off BBC says no injuries.

    • DaddyRay

      that is a relief, I hope the fire fighters stay safe

      • Mihangel apYrs

        fingers crossed!

        • DaddyRay

          How does Dubai rank on the freedom of the press scale – could they be surprising any negative news?

          • Mihangel apYrs

            true
            but it’s worldwide news – being caught in a lie would be “embarrassing”

            Let’s just hope for now

  • Capritaur

    Fuck migrant construction workers and public safety as long as people have their giant phalluses to place their pride in and officials have their vanity projects with lucrative kickbacks.

  • Stubenville

    Okay, I work in engineering and I cannot understand how a fire could spread like that in a properly constructed tower. It’s either arson with multiple fires, or the morons built it without firestopping the the utility shafts.

    • TampaDink

      I suspect that the answer is “properly constructed” isn’t how this hotel was built.

    • Sporkfighter

      Nearly very line of every building code honors somebody (usually a commoner) who died. If you don’t value the life of the common man, why would you need such things as “building codes” or “health and safety” codes or the inspectors who enforce them? And why would you subject yourself to the authority of such plebeian public servants?

      • Stubenville

        Building codes are there to prevent people from doing stupid, stupid crap. They’re minimum standards, not best practices.

        Nearly 500 people died in the Boston Cocoanut Grove fire, which forever changed building codes to prohibit revolving doors as the only way out of a building.

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cocoanut_Grove_fire

    • David L. Caster

      Apparently the fire traveled up the balconies.

      • Stubenville

        I’m not challenging you, but I’m truly baffled as to what combustible materials the balconies could have been made of in a high rise. Maybe portions of the walls were something like Dryvit, that nasty fake acrylic stucco applied over rigid foam insulation?

        • Rick Tan

          In case you don’t know yet, it’s the exterior cladding that’s made of composite aluminum and other highly flammable foam/plastic inside that caught fire. This type of cladding is banned now. There have been two other buildings that caught fire like this one.

          • Stubenville

            Sounds like Alucobond. I had no idea it was so flammable.

  • sherman

    I saw thousands of teabaggers dancing in the streets in New Jersey.

    • Hue-Man

      Everyone’s seen the video on the news networks.

      • Friday

        I totally heard you say everyone said they saw that, so I must have, too. 🙂

      • johncAtl

        Except for Ben Carson. He saw it on the newsreels.

  • 5moreminutes*imtired

    Even the NYE displays are bigger in Dubai…

  • WNY

    They are saying on MSNBC that Dubai officials are still insisting that the fireworks scheduled for 3pm ET will still go on as planned. That doesn’t sound like a good idea at all…

    • The Emir celebrates while Dubai burns?

  • Octavio

    See what happens when the squirrels come back and you refuse to call the exterminators? You should never make it personal. I’m off to my Zoomba class.

    • trouble94114

      but it’s really not personal this time is it?

    • trouble94114

      those Zumba classes are awfully noisy.

  • Tempus Fuggit

    Oh, look: a toy building caught fire in a private sandbox for the ultrawealthy masquerading as a country. Perhaps the rest of the pretend-countries in the world (Vatican, Cayman) can join up with Dubai and…just go away or something.

  • Sam_Handwich

    here’s the live stream for fireworks, supposed to start at 3 et

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etm1AY8lxqA#t=1362

    • DaddyRay

      Looks like on MSNBC they are 3 minutes to midnight

    • DaddyRay

      I had this live stream open in another window and the live stream suddenly ended without showing ant of the fireworks – how it says the Video is unlisted. Be considerate and think twice before sharing.

      • Sam_Handwich

        sorry….Mediaite posted it as the “official live stream”. i assumed they knew what the fuck they were talking about

  • Sam_Handwich

    hmmmm….. the latest …at least 4 explosions

    https://twitter.com/cnni/status/682651941856514050

  • Hue-Man

    CBC TV Freelance reporter claims 14 people injured. Noon PST.

    Fireworks in background of report.

  • Lindoro Almaviva

    Memories of the New years eve that killed hundreds in Puerto Rico 30 something years ago. Not pretty

    • Stubenville

      Indeed – the Dupont Plaza fire was was arson and 98 people died.

      • Lindoro Almaviva

        I still remember where I was when news started filtering in, and i was a tween at the time.

  • Jeffrey

    I’m not a big fan of Dubai. I’ve been for work, and to a friend’s engagement party, but I don’t love it. A friend lives there with his girlfriend. Their home was broken into, which is rare because they treat crime in a severe manner. But he refused to call the police because his girlfriends clothes were there and they weren’t married so that would be bad news. I can’t imagine why you’d want to live be that way. They eventually moved back to Monaco.

  • Rick

    I’m just going to start calling that place Hubrisland from now on.

  • They let the thing burn while setting off the fireworks. I guess the show must go on when you literally have money to burn.

    • People4Humanity

      I had been waiting breathlessly for the Jalapeño campaign
      to weigh in with its statement.

    • Friday

      Well, to be fair, even, “Oh, there’s a really big building on fire nearby, let’s just leave all these explosives around instead of setting them off in a controlled manner,” …might not be the best plan anyway.

  • Stubenville

    Since the BBC says there have been only 16 minor injuries, I figure I can be tasteless here without being offensive.

    https://youtu.be/A_sY2rjxq6M

  • tomfromthenews

    Better call Steve McQueen and the fire department right away!

  • KarenAtFOH

    Good thing their tower was built with better fire-resistant steel than the WTC towers. Amazing it didn’t collapse like pancakes in the middle of all those fireworks.

  • poose

    I have to agree with many other comments here-how can a single-unit fire (curtains, fireworks, eh…) escalate in a “properly constructed building”?

    I think the question answers itself.

    I also remember stories during the ‘aughts (2000-2009) of bad labor practices (treating Indian workers as basically slave labour) and the bad blood that engendered. Poor practice often breeds poor execution.

    How many more of these firetraps exist there?

    • Stev84

      They treat low level foreign workers like shit no matter the occupation or nationality. Domestic help has it very bad too.

  • dwieboldt

    Burn, baby, burn…

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