No injuries were sustained, according to Maghreb Arab Press (MAP).
Civil protection forces have managed to control the fire, added the source.
The fire has resulted in damage to nearly 50 plastic shelters used by migrants.
The blast also caused the explosion of seven small gas cylinders that migrants used to cook, according to local authorities of the prefecture of the Fez-Meknes region.
Authorities and regional human rights commissions contributed to the evacuation of the premises in normal conditions.
— Agence MAP (@MAP_Information) July 8, 2018
In November 2017, violent clashes between sub-Saharan migrants and a group of Moroccans broke out near the Ouled Ziane bus station. The clashes caused a fire in the park the immigrants were using as a shelter.
Every year, hundreds of sub-Saharan migrants arrive in Morocco using perilous crossing from the North African country to the Eldorado.
The number of migrants using the sea route from Morocco to Spain has more than tripled between 2016-1017.
Approximately 3,300 refugees Fez to Europe from Morocco in the first four months of 2017 compared to about a thousand in the same period in 2016.
Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs Nasser Bourita called on Europe to find a strong solution to solve the issues of migration.
The minister said in June that Morocco will refuse any action from the European Union to outsource migrant reception centers to Morocco, emphasizing that this suggestion is an “easy solution.”
The official said that Morocco “rejects and has always rejected these kinds of methods for managing the issue of migration flows.”