A container truck in Gujarat’s Valsad caught fire on NH 48, in the early hours of October 1. The incident reportedly took place near Motiwada village, when the truck was en route to Ahmedabad from Mumbai. Following the incident, five fire tenders rushed to the spot to douse the fire. Reportedly, the truck was carrying bottles of shampoo and perfume, and it took almost two hours to douse the fire.
A fire broke out at a mall in Haryana’s Gurugram, on September 30. The mall has been identified as Global Foyer Mall. The incident occurred in the early hours of the day, and soon after the incident, several fire tenders rushed to the spot to assist with dousing the fire. The exact cause of side is yet to be ascertained. Further details on the matter are awaited.
A massive fire broke out at a call centre in Noida’s Sector-3, on September 30. The Chief Fire Officer (CFO) informed that the incident occurred at around 7:45 am. Soon after the incident, several fire tenders reached the spot to douse the fire, and at least five persons who were strapped inside have been rescued. The building has been identified as AEGIS call centre, which is located in second floor.
In Mumbai's Dadar West, a massive fire broke out at a store in Yash Plaza, a commercial building, confirmed fire officials on September 27. As per sources, the fire broke out at 9:28 pm, on September 26 in the eight-storey building. While the fire engulfed in three floors, smoke went to other floors, with no casualties. In addition, four fire tenders rushed to the spot and tried to douse fire.
Students gathered and called a massive protest at Chandigarh University in Mohali amid the leak of objectionable videos of 60 girls. Notably, a girl allegedly leaked personal videos of her dorm mates and posted the films on online porn sites. According to reports, the Mohali police have questioned the girl about the incident and registered a case for further investigation. The Cyber Branch has been involved and FIR registered.
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In China’s Hunan province, a massive fire broke out in a high-rise commercial building, on September 16. Reportedly, the building is over 200 metres tall, and is located in Changsha. The exact cause of fire is yet to be determined, as an investigation is underway. No causalities have been reported from the incident. Further details on the matter are awaited.
A massive fire broke out in an electric scooter charging unit showroom, located on the first floor of a hotel building in Secunderabad, Telangana. Occurred on the late night of September 12, the fire spread to the other floors, killing six people and leaving many injured. Fire tenders rushed to the spot and a rescue operation is underway, said Hyderabad Commissioner CV Anand. Moreover, Telangana HM Mahmood Ali ordered probe.
A massive fire broke out at a karaoke bar in Southern Vietnam, which claimed the lives of 12 people, and left 11 others injured on September 7. The fire engulfed the building’s second and third floors, forcing people to jump from balconies. Reportedly, the exact cause of fire is yet to be ascertained. Meanwhile, a search and rescue operation is underway. Further details are awaited.
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In Uttar Pradesh’s Lucknow, Levana Hotel which was ablaze a day ago, has been ordered to be sealed and demolished by the administration. “No copy of the approved map of the hotel was given to the Lucknow Development Authority (LDA),” said Roshan Jacob, Lucknow Commissioner. The incident which occurred on September 5, claimed the lives of four persons, and left 10 others injured.
In Mumbai's Lower Parel area, a fire has been reported opposite F South Ward office and Apana Bazar near a petrol pump on Monday August 29. Following the incident, the Metropolitan Fire Brigade (MFB), Police, BEST Supply, Mahanagar Gas (MGL) Staff along with 108 ambulances reached the spot to take control of the situation. Furthermore, no injuries have been reported so far.
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