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Injuries Reported in AlNeirab Camp Fire

Published : 12-09-2020

Injuries Reported in AlNeirab Camp Fire

Fire broke out on Friday, September 11, at two houses in AlNeirab camp for Palestinian refugees, in Aleppo, as a result of a short circuit. Injuries and material damage were reported.

Reporting from the camp, an AGPS correspondent said Palestinian refugee Majid Jamamsa choked on the fire that rocked his house and was rushed to the emergency health center in the camp.

Residents of AlNeirab camp have been subjected to poor conditions and overcrowding due to adjacent building construction, which has had negative impacts on their hygiene and health condition and resulted in the lack of proper ventilation, exposure to sunlight, and privacy.

With the dramatic rise of coronavirus cases in Syria and the world, civilians remain at an increasing risk of contracting the virus. 

AlNeirab camp is the largest official camp in Syria and is 13km east of the city of Aleppo near the Aleppo airport.

Before the start of the conflict in Syria, Neirab camp was home to more than 20,000 Palestine refugees.

 

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Fire broke out on Friday, September 11, at two houses in AlNeirab camp for Palestinian refugees, in Aleppo, as a result of a short circuit. Injuries and material damage were reported.

Reporting from the camp, an AGPS correspondent said Palestinian refugee Majid Jamamsa choked on the fire that rocked his house and was rushed to the emergency health center in the camp.

Residents of AlNeirab camp have been subjected to poor conditions and overcrowding due to adjacent building construction, which has had negative impacts on their hygiene and health condition and resulted in the lack of proper ventilation, exposure to sunlight, and privacy.

With the dramatic rise of coronavirus cases in Syria and the world, civilians remain at an increasing risk of contracting the virus. 

AlNeirab camp is the largest official camp in Syria and is 13km east of the city of Aleppo near the Aleppo airport.

Before the start of the conflict in Syria, Neirab camp was home to more than 20,000 Palestine refugees.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10640