Fire in Delhi's Shahdara kills three, 10 injured

Three persons were charred to death and 10 others injured after a major fire broke out in a house in northeast Delhi's Shahdara area, officials said on Wednesday.

PTI November 02, 2016 10:10:13 IST
Fire in Delhi's Shahdara kills three, 10 injured

New Delhi: Three persons were charred to death and 10 others injured after a major fire broke out in a house in northeast Delhi's Shahdara area, officials said on Wednesday.

Fire in Delhis Shahdara kills three 10 injured

Representational image. PTI

A call was received at 5:06 am about fire breaking out in the parking area of a house. The fire spread through the four-storeyed building, said a senior official from Delhi fire services.

Five fire tenders were rushed to the spot and the fire was brought under control by 6:30 am, the official said.

Three persons were killed in the fire and are yet to be identified.

The 10 injured people are currently undergoing treatment at Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital.

Updated Date:

Find latest and upcoming tech gadgets online on Tech2 Gadgets. Get technology news, gadgets reviews & ratings. Popular gadgets including laptop, tablet and mobile specifications, features, prices, comparison.

also read

EPCA says Delhi's air quality may deteriorate to 'severe' on Saturday; urges residents to avoid going out
India

EPCA says Delhi's air quality may deteriorate to 'severe' on Saturday; urges residents to avoid going out

EPCA said that according to SAFAR Delhi could be in severe category tomorrow for some period. However, the uncertainty over the wind direction meant that the situation could either improve or further worsen on 25 Oct

Delhi Police sub-inspector arrested for molesting four women in Dwarka over three days
India

Delhi Police sub-inspector arrested for molesting four women in Dwarka over three days

Police said that the cop was posted at Special Cell unit of Delhi Police and is currently in judicial custody

Pollution level in Delhi deteriorates to 'very poor', likely to worsen over next two days, says IMD
India

Pollution level in Delhi deteriorates to 'very poor', likely to worsen over next two days, says IMD

The IMD said that there are factors other than farm fires which are worsening the air quality in Delhi, such as vehicular pollution and waste burning