Haryana: 3 children among four dead after fire breaks out in Yamunanagar scrapyard

 An officer at Fire and Rescue department said that they got inside the yard from the backside and four bodies were recovered. He added that the youngest child was sleeping inside the kitchen

Asian News International November 25, 2021 16:09:58 IST
Haryana: 3 children among four dead after fire breaks out in Yamunanagar scrapyard

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Yamunanagar: As many as four people, including three children, were killed after a major fire broke out in a scrapyard in Haryana's Yamunanagar on the intervening night of Wednesday and Thursday.

Pramod Kumar, an officer at Fire and Rescue Department, said, "We got the information that a fire broke out in a scrapyard in Yamunanagar at around 1.30 am. We rushed to the spot. Later, we got inside the yard from the backside and four bodies were recovered. The youngest child was sleeping inside the kitchen."

The bodies of three children and a man have been sent to the hospital for autopsy.
Further details are awaited.

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