On Monday, a fire broke out at a factory in the Samaypur Badli area of northwest Delhi, injuring four persons, according to officials.
According to fire officials, the Ambe Garden in Samaypur Badli was the scene of the fire when information about it was received at 11:15 am. Ten fire tenders responded immediately and they were sent to the location to bring down the situation.
However, the actual cause of the fire is still unknown.
Another recent incident involved a fire that started on 15 July in a DCM building in Delhi’s Connaught Place, according to the reports. According to the preliminary reports, a fire was put out after starting on the 9th level of the DCM building in Connaught Place. There are ten fire engines on the scene.
A large fire started on July 13 at a commercial centre in Greater Noida close to Gaur City 1. Images from the scene showed two persons leaping to their deaths from the third storey of the Galaxy Plaza in Greater Noida West as smoke poured out of the structure.
Four people, including a lady, died in a major fire that started at a dealership in Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh, earlier this month. According to reports, the fire spread to a sports store and a three-story electronics showroom both in the Sipri Bazar area.
According to reports, a large fire on Wednesday at a car service business in Delhi’s Mayapuri area caused damage to about 20 vehicles. No injuries were mentioned in the reports.
19 fire tenders were dispatched to the scene after the fire, according to officials, started on the showroom’s first floor.
Atul Garg, director of the Delhi incident Service, stated that a call reporting the incident was made at 7.25 am. Within an hour, the flames were extinguished.
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