A massive fire broke out at a footwear manufacturing company in Keshavpuram area of northwest Delhi on May 25. Locals called to a fire tenders department as soon as possible. 15 fire tenders reached the spot. 2zsThis fire brought under control after a few hours. No injury was reported in this mishap.
A fire had broken out on the first floor of a footwear manufacturing factory in the morning. A fire call was received at 8.34 am. Around 23 fire tenders were present on the spot. The reason behind the fire is ascertained. According to the sources, when the fire was erupted the fire tenders along with the local police team reached the spot. They tried to control the panic situation created in the area due to this fire. No human loss was reported as the factory was closed for the past few months when this mishap took place. No one had trapped inside the factory. The factory rooms were full of plastic and rubber material. A dense fog came out due to a rubber. Firefighters faced difficulties to reach the spot due to the flame of fire and congested area. The entire unit was gutted in the flame.
Earlier, a massive fire broke out in the slums of South-East Delhi’s Tughlakabad area at 1 am on May 26. Around 30 fire tenders doused the flames in Tughlakabad. 1,000 to 1,200 shanties gutted in the fire. This was the 2nd major fire incident in Delhi in a span of a few hours during the lockdown period. Five huge fire incidents occurred in the month of May in Delhi.
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