In less than 24 hours, Delhi reported another massive fire breakout in a factory. On October 13, a fire broke out in a plastic factory near Udyog Nagar metro station. Approximately 26 fire tenders have been rushed to the site. As of now no casualties have been reported and the officials are working to douse the fire, confirmed the Delhi Fire Services. Moreover, cause of the fire is unknown.
At an army hospital in Delhi, a massive fire broke out around 3:50 am, confirmed the officials. Getting into the details, a fire broke out in the army base contonment in Delhi. However, no casualties were reported in the incident, as the staff immediately acted and called the fire tenders, who doused the fire in few hours. The reason of the fire is yet to be known, and case registered.
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In Mumbai, three coaches of the Belapur to Kharkopar local train derailed while entering Kharkopar station. The incident occurred around 8:46 am on February 28, confirmed Railway Police. Central Railway's chief public relations officer Shivaji Sutar said, Due to the derailment, trains on Belapur - Kharkopar - Nerul line are not running. Furthermore, railways confirmed no injuries to any passengers. Moreover, relief trains have left for the… read-more
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In an hour, two earthquakes, of magnitudes 4.1 and 3.2, hit Jammu and Kashmir on the late night of August 24. The epicentre of the quakes was 62 kilometres northeast of the Katra area in the Jammu region at a depth of 5 kilometres, confirmed officials on August 25. Furthermore, no casualties or property damage has been reported in the Union Territory, said the concerned official.
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In the Rabodi area of Maharashtra's city, a portion of a house collapsed, amid heavy rainfall, on July 12. The Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) Chief Disaster Management Cell confirmed the incident and assured us that no one was injured in the incident. Occurred at Rehmat Nagar locality of Rabodi, the Local firemen and a team of the RDMC rushed to the spot and provided assistance, shifting people to safer accommodation.
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A massive fire broke out at a hotel in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, on the evening of April 13. Seven fire tenders doused the fire, which erupted in the basement and spread rapidly in an hour. As per sources, the guests and the staff at the hotel were rescued safely, and no casualties were reported. Furthermore, Lucknow Chief Fire Officer Vijay Kumar said, an investigation in this matter is underway.