Lamborghinis among cars destroyed in massive Muscat fire

No injuries have been reported in the building located in Al Khuwair district
Several Lamborghini cars, of which the cheapest are priced over $200,000, have been destroyed in a massive fire at Shanfari Motor Company in Muscat, Oman.
By Lubna Hamdan
Mon 03 Jul 2017 11:08 AM

Several Lamborghini cars, of which the cheapest are priced over $200,000, have been destroyed in a massive fire at Shanfari Motor Company in Muscat, Oman.

The Public Authority for Civil Defence and Ambulance (PACDA) said the fire at the building, which is located in Al Khuwair district, is currently under control, with no injuries reported.

The Shanfari Group is one of the Oman’s leading companies, with interests in a number of industries including automotive, roads and infrastructure, tourism, metal industry, ready mix concrete, aluminium and oil & gas.

Shanfari Automotive is the leading distributor of prestigious automotive brands for over 25 years in Oman, including Ferrari, Mesarati and Lamborghini.

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Last Updated: Thu 06 Jul 2017 04:12 PM GST

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