0627 GMT January 19, 2020
Reuters reports that just after midnight on Friday, a fire broke out at the 86-storey Torch Tower, which sits near Dubai Marina in the United Arab Emirates.
Residents were woken up by the sound of fire alarms, and were quickly evacuated from the building.
As the blaze spread to several floors, burning debris fell from the structure and set fire to at least two cars in the parking deck.
Firefighters fought the fire from inside the building, and successfully put it out three hours after it began. No casualties were reported.
The incident marks the second time the unfortunately named structure has caught fire. The first blaze in 2015 revealed a flammable external cladding, similar to those used in the deadly Grenfell Tower inferno in London. Renovations were still ongoing when the second fire struck.