NEW DELHI: A fire broke out in an apartment building at south Delhi’s Khanpur Extension on Tuesday night, a fire agency official said.
The authorities, however, stated the fire was extinguished and no casualties reported.
As stated by this fire department, a call was obtained around 9. 51pm and three fire tenders were pressed into action.
“The flame was extinguished but the fire tenders were originally not able to accomplish the place as a result of enormous vehicles parked at the lane. However, with fantastic difficulty, all of the parked vehicles were eliminated and fire tenders were pressed into service,” said Atul Garg, manager of Delhi Fire Service.
The reason for fire has been discovered.