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Fire breaks out at factory in Narela in Delhi; no casualties reported

A fire broke out at a factory in the Narela area of the national capital last night.

ANI | New Delhi | Updated: 26-09-2020 08:46 IST | Created: 26-09-2020 08:46 IST
Fire breaks out at factory in Narela in Delhi; no casualties reported
A visual from the fire incident at the factory in New Delhi. . Image Credit: ANI

A fire broke out at a factory in the Narela area of the national capital last night. As many as 26 fire tenders were sent to the spot, as per Delhi fire service.

No casualties have been reported. The cooling operations are underway. (ANI)


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