Dozens of vehicles burnt to ashes in fire at Delhi’s Jamia Nagar parking
8 June, 2022 | Pragati Singh
On Wednesday morning, a large fire broke out at an electric motor parking in Delhi's Jamia Nagar, destroying at least 10 automobiles.
On Wednesday morning, a large fire broke out at an electric motor parking in Delhi’s Jamia Nagar, destroying at least 10 automobiles.
Seven fire tenders were dispatched, and the fire was brought under control, according to the Delhi Fire Service.
Many vehicles were damaged in the fire, and several e-rickshaws were charred to ashes, added the fire officials. “A total of 10 cars, one motorcycle, two scooty, 30 new e-rickshaws, and 50 old e-rickshaws had caught fire,” Delhi Fire Service said.
There were no recorded casualties.
Several fire incidents have lately been recorded in the nation’s capital.
At the early hours of morning, a fire broke out in the Ministry of Home Affairs’ North Block.
At 12:18 a.m., a fire broke out in the North Block’s telephone exchange room.
A fire call was received from North block (Home Ministry room number 82 A, B in the telephone exchange) at 12:18 a.m., according to a fire department officer.
On May 13, a major fire broke out at an office building in Mundka, Delhi, killing as many as 27 persons.