Delhi Fire: A massive fire broke out at footwear factory in Delhi's Narela Industrial Area, 10 fire tenders on the spot
New Delhi: A major fire has broken out in Delhi’s Narela Industrial Area. Two people have died in the accident while many people are feared trapped. 10 fire tenders are working on the spot to douse the fire. According to the report, 3 people have been rescued so far, many more people are feared trapped in the fire.
According to Delhi Police, the fire broke out in a footwear company. In which two people have died. However, he has not been identified yet. Some other people also got burnt. He has been taken to the hospital. Everyone’s condition is stable. Firefighters, who arrived for relief and rescue in the accident, pulled some people out of the building, who have been admitted to a nearby hospital.
“A few are injured and have been shifted to hospital, all are stable and have minor injuries. Two persons are dead. Their identity is being established. Age of deceased is 30-35 years,” police said.
The relief and rescue operation is underway and further details are awaited.
On Tuesday morning, a fire broke out in a factory in Narela Industrial Area in which two people have died while several people are injured while relief and rescue operations are on. This building is located in the E block of the industrial area of Narela. This building is built in an area of three hundred square meters. This factory is in a three storey building. There is a fire on its second and third floors.
Fire broke out in Delhi’s Mount Kailash apartment
It is not yet known how the fire started in the building. Around 9.30 am, the fire brigade got information about the fire in Narela’s factory. Fire brigade personnel reached the spot and started relief and rescue operations. Earlier on Monday night, a fire broke out in the Mount Kailash apartment in Delhi itself. The fire started on the seventh floor of the building. The fire was brought under control by 6 fire tenders, there was no information about any death in this accident.