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Major fire breaks out at cricketer S Sreesanth’s house in Kochi, no injuries reported

  • Press Trust of India
  • August 24th, 2019
  • 13:23:42 IST

Kochi: A major fire broke out at the residence of cricketer S Sreesanth in the early hours on Saturday, officials said.

However, no one was injured, they said.

File photo of S.Sreesanth. AFP

File image of S.Sreesanth. AFP

The Kerala fast bowler, Sreesanth, was not at home when the house caught fire.

His wife, children and two helpers who were present at the Edapally residence, were rescued by firefighters.

Fire and Rescue Services Personnel were alerted by the neighbours after they detected smoke emanating from the residence.

A room was completely gutted in the blaze.

Officials suspect short circuit to because of the fire.

More details awaited

Updated Date: August 24, 2019 13:23:42 IST

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