According to preliminary data, two people were injured.
In Hong Kong, a 42-story skyscraper under construction caught fire in the Tsim Sha Tsui district. It is reported by the South China Morning Post.
According to preliminary data, two people were injured – motorists, on whom the burning fragments of the building fell.
According to the newspaper, scaffolding caught fire near the building. The fire started at 11:10 local time (18:10 Moscow time).
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The facility is being built by Empire Group. The skyscraper is planned to house a 500-room Kimpron Hotels and a historic club.