A fire tore through a camp for Syrian outcasts in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley, killing one individual on Sunday, authorities said.
Flares and thick clouds of dark smoke ascended from the site close to the town of Qab Elias, around a hour’s drive east of Beirut, and no less than one blast was found in film communicated by Lebanon’s MTV.
Reuters TV film demonstrated little was left by the blast as a fire truck drenched down the as yet seething ground. A Syrian refugee person said a large portion of the population living at the camp had fled to Lebanon from the Raqqa range of Syria.
“We’ve begun the evaluation with respect to what number of tents have been harmed. When the evaluation is done we will give the families all the assistance they require,” UNHCR representative Dana Sleiman said.
“Obviously it begun with a cooking stove. We are holding up to affirm that,” she said.
Lebanon is hosting no less than 1 million enrolled Syrian refugees, a considerable lot of them living in tented settlements scattered around the nation. The administration says there are in regards to 1.5 million Syrians in the nation.