Fire breaks out at a plastic factory in Narela, Delhi
A major fire broke out in a plastic factory in New Delhi on Friday, fire officials said.
New Delhi: A major fire broke out in a plastic factory in New Delhi on Friday, fire officials said.
However, no casualties were reported, the Delhi Fire Service (DFS) said.
The incident was reported from Narela in west Delhi around 4.40 am and the blazes were doused by 9.20 am.
"It was a three-storey building which was gutted in the fire possibly spread due to short circuit. We pressed 32 fire tenders at the spot," a DFS official said.
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