Delhi: Fire breaks out in wooden warehouse, 11 vehicles rushed to douse

New Delhi: The incident of fire has once again come to the fore in Delhi. In fact, this time a fire broke out in a wooden warehouse in Bhalswa Dairy located at Bajrang Chowk. According to a report received in this case, this fire started late last Saturday night. After getting information about this incident, 11 fire vehicles reached the spot and tried to extinguish the fire. In this case, the fire department said that efforts are on to extinguish the fire, although it could not be ascertained as to what caused the fire.

Sub-officer of Prasad Nagar fire station Prasad Meena said, "We came to know about the fire at 10:11 pm, after which we worked very fast and got control of the fire. There were no casualties in the incident and the fire is now under control.'' This is not the first case. In fact, this has happened many times before. In fact, with the rising temperature in Delhi, incidents of fire are also being seen.

Recently, a fire broke out from a four-storey building in Mundka and then 10 shops in Delhi's Jhandewalan area cycle market caught fire. The fire was reported to the fire brigade at around 2.30 pm, after which 27 vehicles of the fire brigade reached the spot and rushed to douse the fire. The fire department team was engaged in extinguishing the fire and no casualty was reported in the incident.

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