Massive fire broke out in Narela Industrial Area.
A fire broke out in a factory in the Narela Industrial Area of the country’s capital Delhi at around 7:15 am on Saturday. According to reports, the factory where the fire broke out used to make paper plates. The fire was so fierce that its plume of smoke was visible from afar. However, the cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained. As soon as the information was received, the fire brigade vehicles reached the spot.
Actually, according to Delhi Fire Service, the fire started on the first floor of the building. At present, 33 vehicles of fire brigade are present on the spot and the operation is on to control the situation. The fire was so terrible that panic spread in the surrounding factories and a plume of black smoke covered the sky. The exact estimate of the damage caused by the fire is not yet known. Police team also reached the spot. Due to the explosion in this building, the building collapsed and 3 firemen got burnt and 1 fireman got leg injuries. All the firemen are being shifted to Gangaram Hospital.
Fire broke out in Narela factory area
Delhi | Fire broke out at a paper plates manufacturing unit in Narela Industrial Area today morning; fire fighting operation underway pic.twitter.com/vwX9DVjejy
– ANI (@ANI) October 9, 2021
Third fire incident in the last 24 hours in the capital Delhi
Significantly, this is the third fire incident in Delhi in the last 24 hours. At the same time, a day ago i.e. on Friday at around 3:45 pm, there was a fire in Harkesh Nagar area of Okhla Phase-2. To control the fire, 17 fire brigade vehicles were sent there. However, the fire was brought under control after a lot of effort.
A massive fire broke out in the showroom, goods worth lakhs were burnt to ashes
Apart from this, a fire broke out in an electronics showroom at Shiv Bazar near Madhuban Chowk in Pitampura and an adjoining sanitary fitting showroom at around 8:30 pm on Friday night. No casualty was reported in this fire as well. After receiving information about the fire, 16 vehicles of the fire brigade reached the spot and brought the fire under control after hours of hard work. According to local people, due to the spread of fire, goods worth lakhs kept in the showroom were burnt to ashes.
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