A fire broke out in a house at Kahara village in Doda, Jammu and Kashmir on November 12 around 4.30 in the morning. When the house caught fire it started spreading quickly in the nearby structures in the locality.
As soon as the fire was reported, the fire tenders immediately rushed to the spot. Within no time the emergency services also rushed to the spot. The police officials were also present on the spot to control the situation. In this fire incident, a total of three houses and seven shops were gutted in the blaze.
According to the sources, as the structures were made of dry cedar and pine wood it started spreading rapidly.
Sources further revealed that the seven shops damaged in the fire belonged to five different owners.
Fortunately, no casualties were reported in this incident however the emergency unit was present on the spot to avoid any untoward situation.
The three houses and the seven shops were situated in a densely populated market. The cause of the fire is ascertained yet however the concerned authorities have asked the police officials to find out the exact cause behind the fire incident.
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