46 Qof Oo Ku Dhintay Dab Ka Kacay Dhisme Ku Yaala Taiwan

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Inta la Xaqiijiyay 46 qof ayaa dhimatay tobonaan kalena waxa Soo Gaadhay Dhaawacyo Ka dib markii dhisme dabaqyo ah oo ku yaala dalka Taiwan uu dab qabsaday.
Paramedics transport dead bodies after a building fire in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, on Thursday, October 14.
 
Dabkan ayaa ka bilawday Dhisme Isugu Jira xarumo Ganacsi iyo Guryo la degan yaahy ee dabaq ka kooban 13, waxaana uu ku yaala degmadda lagu magacaabo Kaohsiung.Smoke rises from the 13-story building in Kaohsiung. The fire started at 2:54 a.m. local time, according to Taiwan's official Central News Agency (CNA).
 
Hawlgallada samatabixinta ayaa weli socda, iyadoo in ka badan 377 shaqaale samatabixin ah la geeyay goobta, afhayeen u hadlay xafiiska dab -damiska magaalada Kaohsiung ayaa u sheegay CNN in Marka laga yimaado tirada dhismashada, dadka ku dhaawacmay dabkaasi ay gaadhayaan ilaa 41 qof.Firefighters prepare to enter the building. Even after the fire was put out, some people still had to be rescued.Firefighters battle the fire early on Thursday. A total of 139 fire trucks and ambulances were deployed to the scene.Firefighters search for people after the fire had been extinguished.Firefighters take a break during their busy day.The building's exterior walls are charred in the wake of the fire. Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chi-mai said the building's first six floors were built for commercial use. Floors seven and above were for housing.Firefighters work at the scene on Thursday.Kaohsiung's mayor told the CNA that the number of casualties was high due to a combination of factors: The fire happened overnight; the majority of residents were elderly; the stairwells were full of debris; and the building materials did not meet fire safety standards.Paramedics transport a dead body from the building on Thursday.Paramedics transport dead bodies after a building fire in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, on Thursday, October 14.Smoke rises from the 13-story building in Kaohsiung. The fire started at 2:54 a.m. local time, according to Taiwan's official Central News Agency (CNA).

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