Firefighters in Beirut said Tuesday they put out one more fire, the third one ever since the deadly explosion in the city killed additional than 100 people a few weeks ago.
The flames erupted in a building under manufacture in the city. The build, situated about 1.5 kilometres (0.9 miles) not here from the city´s port in central Beirut, was intended by the famous late British-Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid.
Footage mutual on social media showed black clouds of burn billowing off of brilliant red flames that climbed up the side of the curvaceous structure with latticed covering.
AFP journalists at the sight saw firefighters use a hoist to aim water hoses at its smouldering facade.
“What was on flames was the lagging that separate the external from the inside” of the building, a civil defence officer told AFP.
“We were able in the best time possible to control” the fire, he said.
It was not right away clear what cause the fire.
The August 4 explosion at the port, one of the world´s biggest non-nuclear blasts ever, killed 190 people, injured thousands and ravage building windows and doors in big parts of the city.
It was follow by a little flames on Tuesday last week at the port and one more huge fire on Thursday at a port warehouse where food aid was stored.
Both the bang and port fires have invigorated popular outrage beside a political class accused of being inept, corrupt and unable to ensure public protection.
Preliminary government answer said sparks from a authority saw could have caused Thursday´s blaze, deep a theory that welding was also behind the August 4 blast
On Tuesday, restricted public media users speculated the reason of the new flames might also be welding.
Theatre manager Yahya Jaber on Facebook expressed alarm at what he describe as “Beirut´s pre-imagined, pre-designed and pre-welded murder”.
Hadid, who died in 2016 at age 65, was well-known for her architectural workings of sweeping curves in countries approximately the globe.
She was the first woman to win the important Pritzker award for architecture, and most excellent recognized for her design for the Guangzhou Opera House in China and the aquatics centre used in the 2012 London Olympics.