Himachal Pradesh: Fire broke out in Coal Tar Plant
Himachal Pradesh: Fire broke out in Coal Tar Plant

Shimla: A sudden fire broke out at the Coaltar mixing plant in Bajaura in Kullu, Himachal Pradesh on Wednesday morning. In this fire incident, property worth two lakh was burnt, while there no person suffered any injury. The fire department team reached the spot and got control of the fire. The team reached the spot and saved the property worth 60 lakhs from getting burnt.

The plant belonged to Kapil Rana, a resident of Jia village. Sub-fire officer of the fire department, Durga Singh said that "The loss of two lakhs was caused by the fire at the Koltaar mixing plant in Bajaura. While 60 lakh properties have been saved from burning. The loss report has been prepared and sent to the administration. The cause of the fire has not yet been ascertained".

On the other hand, another corona-infected female patient has died in the state. The woman was undergoing treatment at Tanda Hospital. The woman was from Palampur tehsil of Kangra district. 30 have died from Corona. The total figure of corona infects in the state has reached 5132. There are 1403 active cases. So far, 3647 patients have been cured. With this, the cases of corona are continuously increasing in the state, and every possible effort is being made to deal with it. Therefore it is necessary that we protect ourselves.

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