PM Modi Announces Compensation For Victims Of Dhanbad Fire Accident
PM Narendra Modi announced an ex-gratia of Rs 2 lakh, for those who died in a fire accident and Rs 50,000 for injured people in the Dhanbad fire accident. On the evening of January 31, a massive fire broke out in a multi-storeyed building in Dhanbad district, Jharkhand, killing 14 people, including three children. Approximately 15 fire tenders were rushed to spot to ablaze fire and an investigation was launched.
Tags: Fire accident, PM Narendra Modi, Ex gratia, KILLED, PM Cares Fund
Courtesy: Financial Express
Lucknow Hotel Fire Kills 6, UP CM Announces Free Treatment
Six people died in a tragic fire incident that occurred at Hotel Levana in Hazratganj, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, on September 5. As many as 20 unconscious guests, staff and many others received injuries and underwent treatment. Furthermore, fire tenders and police officials are continuing the rescue operation and trying to douse the fire. Moreover, condemning the attack, UP CM Yogi Adityanath announced free treatment for victim and ordered a… read-more
Tags: UP CM, Yogi Adityanath, Free medical Treatment, Lucknow Hospital, Fire accident
Courtesy: The Free Press Journal
Fire Breaks Out At ICU Ward Of Brahm Shakti Hospital In Delhi; 1 Patient Dead
In Delhi's Rohini, a fire broke out in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) ward of Brahm Shakti hospital, killing one patient, on June 11. Reportedly, all patients have been rescued, except one who was on a ventilator. At least nine tenders were rushed to spot to douse the fire. The cause of fire is not known yet, and further details on the matter is awaited.
Tags: Delhi, Rohini, Brahm Shakti hospital, ICU, Fire accident
Fire At Saree Factory In Varanasi Claims Lives Of 4 Workers
In a tragic incident, four persons were killed due to a massive fire that broke out at a saree factory in Varanasi, on April 14. While the workers were cooking food, synthetic materials kept nearby caught fire. The fire was doused and the bodies have been sent for post mortem, reported PTI. UP CM Yogi Adityanath has announced an ex-gratia amount of Rs 4 lakh to the family of deceased.
Tags: Saree factory, Fire accident, Varanasi, Yogi Adityanath, UP
Courtesy: Press Trust Of India
Massive Fire Breaks Out At Chemical Factory: Maharashtra
In Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC), situated at Shrirampur in Ahmednagar district, a massive fire broke out on March 28. Reportedly, it took the fire brigade three hours to bring the situation under control. The cause of fire is unknown, as of now. "The fire gutted the chemical drums kept in the factory, but no casualties are reported so far," reported ANI.
Tags: Maharashtra , MIDC, Fire accident, Mumbai, Shrirampur
CM Chandrashekar Rao Announces Rs 5 Lakh EX-Gratia To Bhoiguda Accident Victims
Telangana CM K Chandrashekar Rao announced an ex-gratia of Rs 5 lakh to the families who lost their kin in the Bhoiguda fire accident. On March 23, 11 workers died due to a possible short circuit at a scrap factory in Hyderabad's Bhoiguda area. Reportedly, the fire mishap occurred at 4 am, after which fire fighters rushed to the spot immediately to douse the fire. Further details are awaited.
Tags: KCR, Telangana CM, Hyderabad, Fire accident, Scrap Shop
Gujarat: Huge Fire At Vadodara's Alkapuri Underpass Reaches Railway Station
A massive fire broke out at Vadodara's Alkapuri underpass around 5.45 PM on April 28. The fire blazes pierced into bushes, hoardings on the road, extending the fire to railway stations’s platform 1. The road connecting the city and the railway station was blocked and people from the platforms have been evacuated. According to the latest information, the fire is not extinguished, and details regarding damage are not known yet.
Tags: Massive Fire, Fire accident, Vadodara, road block
Courtesy: Dainik Bhaskar
Fire Blazing Hospital Could Not Stop Doctors From Performing Surgery
An eight-member Russian medical team performed a two-hour long open heart surgery without fearing when the hospital was under fire. Over 120 people were evacuated including the heart patient, with no injuries reported. The 1907-built, only hospital with cardiology department in Blagoveshchensk city, caught fire after a short circuit. The hospital officials blew the smoke out of the operation theatre with an emergency electricity cable.
Tags: Russia, Fire accident, Heart surgery, Doctors, Hospitals
Courtesy: BBC News