100 shops gutted in Jamshedpur’s fire; none hurt

A massive fire broke out in Baridih Market area of Jamshedpur district in Jharkhand on December 4 at around 12.30 am. Around 100 shops were gutted in the fire. No one injured in this fire. Goods worth several lakh were gutted in this mishap. Fire brigade reached the spot and brought the situation under control.

This incident took place due to a short circuit at the midnight of Tuesday in the market. Few local residents and commuters informed the police and traders about the incident. The incident first took place in shops on the way from Bardih Chowk to Birsnagar in Badari Bhuja shop. Around 20 to 25 shops were gutted within 20 minutes. Five fire tenders were rushed after 40 minutes to douse the flames that engulfed the closely-spaced shops. Later on, six more fire tenders reached the spot. The traders who had shut down their shops around 10 pm rushed to the market but failed to do anything. The fire spread in no time and took in its spate 100 shops. The gas cylinder also burst in this fire incident. This fire brought under control after two hours.

The analysts at CyberTech Risk Center generated constant alerts on this incident with moderate impact. This helped their clients take alternative travel routes to maintain continuity in business. The analysts closely monitored the situation providing its clients with timely alerts about the same which helped them take business continuity measures and ensure employee safety in time. We at Cybertech’s Risk Center cover Structure Fire, Industrial Fire, Explosion, High Rise Fire, and Vehicle Fire under the ‘Fire’ category at Pan India label.

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