Massive fire in Pune’s Wadarwadi; none hurt

A massive fire broke out at Shivaji Nagar suburban area in Old Wadarwadi area in Pune of Maharashtra on March 19 at around 1.30 am. Fire tenders had reached the spot. Over 25-30 houses were destroyed in the blaze. No injuries were reported in this tragedy. This mishap took place due to cylinder blast.

A major panic situation occurred in the area as people ran away from their dwellings to safer areas. At least two LPG cylinders exploded when most of the residents were asleep. Local immediately call to the fire department and local police team. Around 15 fire-fighting vehicles, including three tankers and three Quick Response Vehicles (QRV) along with local police team reached the spot at around 2 am.  According to the Pune Municipal Corporation’s chief fire officer, around 40-50 fire-fighting personnel were involved in dousing the blaze.  Supply of electricity was cut off in the entire area for safety precautions. This major fire brought under control at 5 am. No one was hurt in this fire but around 30 families were lost their houses. The affected families have been shifted to the nearby Sant Ramdas School.

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