A fire broke out at the Haramain High Speed Train Station, which connects Mecca and Medina in the city of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
In a statement made on the official Twitter account of the Harameyn High Speed Train Project, it was stated that the fire broke out in some offices of the train station contractor firm in the Sulaimaniye region of Jeddah.
It was reported that the firefighters took control of the fire completely and there was no loss of life in the incident. Images about the fire in the train station were shared on social media.
A fire broke out at the Haremeyn High Speed Train Station in Jeddah in September, and 9 people were injured in the fire. The fire had damaged the roof of the train station.
The Haramain high-speed train line, which connects the holy lands of Mecca and Medina with a 450-kilometer railway line, was opened in September 2018.