A massive fire broke out at a 4-storey factory in Peeragarhi area of Delhi. The fire broke out in the wee hours of November 4. The fire was so huge that it spread to an adjacent building. After which a portion of the building also collapsed. As soon as people around saw huge smoke coming out from the factory they immediately contacted the fire department giving the information regarding the horrific situation.
Around 28 fire tenders were deployed to fight and the flames. The fire was so huge that it took the fire tenders more than 5 hours to douse. During the dousing process, three fire personnel got injured and immediately shifted to a nearby hospital. As the incident took place in the early hours, no employee was present in the factory. Therefore, no human loss was reported in this incident so far. However, the cause of the fire is yet not ascertained.
This is a 2nd fire incident that took in Delhi within this week. These kinds of incidents show the lack of fire safety measures.
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