A massive fire broke out at closed automobile shops in Telangana’s Rangareddy area in Shamshabad district on Sunday night. According to reports, two automobile shops caught fire and damaged properties worth Rs 50 lakhs. Rangareddy is situated at a distance of about 90 km from Hyderabad city.
Reports stated that the police suspected a short circuit as the cause of the fire. After receiving information about the incident, a fire team rushed to the spot and adequate efforts are being made to douse the flames. According to reports, the accident took place in front of the MMARO office in Shamshabad. The two automobile shops that caught fire were allegedly illegally constructed and they were run without any permits.
The goods that were kept inside the shops were completely burnt. Preliminary investigation suggests that the presence of plastic materials led to this massive fire. As of now, there have been no reports of any casualties. In the video clip, few automobiles could be seen stationed outside the shop.
Earlier in March, six people were killed in a massive fire that broke out at a shopping complex in Secunderabad, Telangana. The fire erupted at Swapnalok Complex. Around 13 people got trapped inside the burning building despite fire tenders reaching the spot within a few minutes of the first call. The complex comprises more than 200 shops and commercial workplaces. Nearly 13 fire tending vehicles were deployed to control the flames.
In this aforesaid incident, the fire department authorities had not clarified whether the building had compiled by the fire safety norms. The stability of the building was also being ascertained by the fire department and Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) authorities. Reportedly, Telangana government authorities had reached the accident spot to oversee rescue operations.
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