Massive fire broke out in Delhi's Rohini area, one person scorched to death

New Delhi: A massive fire broke out in a building in Rohini area of ​​the national capital Delhi on Thursday. The fire department rescued seven people trapped in the fire. However, one person lost his life due to scorching in the fire. 10 fire tenders reached the spot and got the fire under control. A massive fire broke out in a building in Poothkalan village under Budh Vihar police station area of ​​Rohini on Thursday.

Firefighters rescued seven people from the spot. The firefighters brought the fire under control after a lot of efforts. However, till now it is not known what caused the fire. Police is collecting information in this case. All those who have been rescued from the fire have been taken to the nearby hospital Ambedkar Hospital for treatment. The fire in the building had intermittently assumed a formidable form.

Let us tell you that on the evening of May 13, a huge fire broke out in Mundka area of ​​Delhi, in which 27 people lost their lives due to scorching. About 100 people were rescued by the police and fire department employees from this building. About 30 vehicles of the fire department had brought the fire under control.

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