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Fire Breaks Out At Commercial Building In Delhi's Naraina

A call was received at 7.10 AM after which 23 fire tenders were rushed to the spot, a senior fire service officer said.

Fire Breaks Out At Commercial Building In Delhi's Naraina
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Fire Breaks Out At Commercial Building In Delhi's Naraina
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2019-02-14T11:02:02+05:30

A fire broke out at a commercial building in west Delhi's Naraina on Thursday.

A call was received at 7.10 AM after which 23 fire tenders were rushed to the spot, a senior fire service officer said.

No casualty was reported. The cause of the fire was not immediately known, he said.

The incident occurred days after a massive fire at a hotel in Karol Bagh claimed 17 lives.

(PTI)

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