Huge Fire at Banquet Hall in Delhi’s Rohini, 12 Fire Tenders Bring Blaze Under Control; 1 Injured
A senior fire department official said the blaze broke out in a banquet hall situated near a CNG pump.
New Delhi: A massive fire erupted at a banquet hall in northwest Delhi’s Rohini on Thursday afternoon, causing thick plumes of black smoke over the city sky, reported the NDTV. Around 12 fire engines were rushed to the spot, which managed to bring the blaze under control.
The fire reportedly started around 2 pm. Strong winds caused the fire to spread in the pandal made of wood and clothes. The fire department received information about the blaze at 1.48 pm following which 12 fire tenders were rushed to the spot, officials said.
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A senior fire department official said the blaze broke out in a banquet hall situated near a CNG pump. “The hall is situated near a fire station and our team reached the spot after seeing smoke coming out from it. Two cars and a bike were in the fire. We will conduct an inspection to check whether anyone was trapped inside once the heat reduces,” the officer said.
The fire was doused around 3.30 pm. One person, who received minor injuries, was given first aid.
(With PTI inputs)
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