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Indian Journalist Fazil Khan Loses Life in New York Due to Fire Caused by E-Bike Battery| Oneindia

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Indian Journalist Fazil Khan Loses Life in New York Due to Fire Caused by E-Bike Battery| Oneindia

Indian Journalist Fazil Khan Loses Life in New York Due to Fire Caused by E-Bike Battery| Oneindia

In a tragic apartment fire in Harlem, Indian journalist Fazil Khan lost his life due to a lithium-ion battery.

The blaze injured 17 residents, leading to dramatic rescues.

The Indian Embassy in New York is assisting Khan's family.

Khan, a data journalist at The Hechinger Report, was mourned by colleagues.

Authorities are investigating the cause as concerns about lithium-ion batteries persist.

#Harlem #NewYork #IndianStudents #FazilKhan #India #Hechinger #IndianEmbassyinNewYork #NewYorkNews #NewYorkfire #Worldnews #Oneindia #Oneindianews ~ED.101~GR.121~


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