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Fire at Engineers Bhawan building near ITO doused, no casualty reported

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Fire at Engineers Bhawan building near ITO doused, no casualty reported

Fire at Engineers Bhawan building near ITO doused, no casualty reported

Fire which broke out in Engineers Bhawan in Delhi's busy ITO area has been doused off.

Around 14 fire tenders were deployed to carry out the fire extinguishing operation.

Speaking on the situation, Delhi Fire Service Deputy Chief Fire Officer Sanjay Tomar said, "We deployed 4 fire tenders in the initial turnout.

After looking at the situation, we deployed 13-14 tenders.

The fire broke out in an office on the second floor.

Fire was doused in 45 minutes.

No casualty was reported."


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