Dangerous fire breaks out at PNB, 17 fire tenders rushed to spot
Dangerous fire breaks out at PNB, 17 fire tenders rushed to spot

New Delhi: A major fire broke out at The Punjab National Bank (PNB) in the Karol Bagh area of the national capital on Saturday morning. A total of 17 fire tenders were rushed to the spot. Fortunately, the fire department brought the fire under control in a short time. No human being has been harmed in this. However, the bank's assets worth lakhs of rupees have been burnt.

According to the report, the fire was so dangerous that 17 fire brigade vehicles took up to two hours. The fire started around 5 am and was brought under control by 7 am. Earlier on Friday, a fire also broke out in a bank in Greater Kailash. This time there was a fire in the Punjab National Bank located on Gurudwara Road in Karol Bagh.

Station Officer Feroz Khan, Mohit Kumar, and many other officers and employees along with the fire department vehicles reached the spot as soon as the news of the fire was received. According to Fire Director Atul Garg, the news of the fire was received at 5:15 am.

According to the report, more than 85 fire brigade personnel were engaged in extinguishing the fire at Punjab National Bank. The cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained. The bank below and other offices in the upper part of this building are present. Many records of the bank have been burnt due to the fire.

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