A fire that engulfed several caravans and trees in Dubai's Al Jaddaf area on Wednesday night has been brought under control, the Dubai Civil Defence said.
Firefighting teams were immediately dispatched from Al Karama and Al Rashidiya civil defence stations after receiving report of the blaze at 11:45pm.
The teams arrived at the scene in six minutes at 11:51pm.
After evacuating the site, the fire was extinguished within 19 minutes by 12:04am, a Dubai Civil Defence statement addded.
No casualties or deaths have been reported.
The site was handed over to relevant authorities for further investigations after the cooling operations.
Motorists have been asked to stay at home or use alternative roads in an emergency
Sheikh Mohammed bin Hamad said all resources will be allocated to deal with the current situation
870 stranded people rescued so far and no deaths or serious injuries recorded
14 people airlifted from dangerous areas and taken to safer places
No deaths or serious injuries were recorded, a top official said
Roads leading to Khorfakkan, Kalba temporarily closed
Officials wade through thigh-high floodwaters to bring people to safety