Fire in plywood factory at Delhi’s Mundka

A major fire broke out at a plywood factory in Delhi’s Mundka on Saturday, December 14 in wee hours at 5 am. Locals immediately called to the fire department. Around 20 fire tenders along with ambulances were rushed on the spot to douse off the blaze. No injury was reported in this mishap. After this mishap, the fire spread to a bulb factory opposite to the plywood factory. Firefighters brought the fire under control by 9.30 am. Godowns of the factory were packed with a combustible material in which fire took place. This was the 2nd massive fire incident that took place in the capital. The location of the factory is near Mundka metro station. The police team reached the area for further investigation. All material gutted in the fire. The cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained.

Earlier, at least 43 people were killed when a massive fire ripped through a four-story building housing illegal manufacturing units in north Delhi’s congested Anaj Mandi area.

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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