Video: On New Year's Eve, the 63-storey Address hotel in Dubai caught on fire. It was a scary sight made worse as the back drop to the fire was the Burj Khalifa (and Dubai's New Year celebration). The entire skyscraper seemed to be burning! But thankfully only 14 people suffered injuries. This time lapse by Kirill Neiezhmakov shows the skyscraper on fire in incredible detail. It's such a jarring visual, the recognisable Dubai skyline engulfed in fire and dark smoke.
Stunning Time Lapse Shows The Skyscraper In Dubai Engulfed In Fire
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