Delhi: Fire breaks out in Russian Embassy

A fire broke out at Russian Embassy in Chanakyapuri diplomatic enclave of the capital, a fire official said.

hidden January 25, 2015 12:53:03 IST
Delhi: Fire breaks out in Russian Embassy

New Delhi: A fire broke out at Russian Embassy in Chanakyapuri diplomatic enclave of the capital, a fire official said.

Delhi Fire breaks out in Russian Embassy

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"A minor fire broke out at the ground floor of Mini Health Club in Russian embassy around 10 a.m. Six fire tenders were rushed to the spot and they took an hour to douse the fire," said an official of the Delhi Fire Service.

Police suspected the fire was caused by electrical short circuiting inside the club. No one was injured in the fire.

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