Delhi Fire: Blaze at Transport Department Office Brought Under Control, All Documents Gutted

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New Delhi, January 20: The major fire that broke out at an office of Delhi Transport Department (DTD) at Civil Lines on Monday morning has been brought under control, the Delhi Fire Services (DFS) said. As soon as the incident was reported, twenty-six fire tenders were rushed to the spot to douse the flames. In the incident, no one was injured. Delhi Fire: Massive Blaze Breaks Out at Shoe Manufacturing Factory at Lawrence Road, 26 Fire Tenders at Spot.

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"The fire was reported in the server room at the office of Delhi Transport Department, near Civil Lines Metro Station," Delhi Fire Services (DFS) Cheif Atul Garg said. Delhi Fire Tragedy: Anaj Mandi Building Owner Rehan, Manager Arrested by Police After Blaze Kills 43.

"All the documents related to the Delhi Transport Department have been gutted in the fire that broke today. The investigation has been initiated," a senior fire official was quoted as saying by news agency ANI.

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Earlier this month, a person died in a massive blaze that broke out at a three-storeyed paper printing press in Delhi's Patparganj Industrial Area. Another fire was reported from Delhi's Lawrence Road area on January 14. At least 26 fire engines were rushed to douse the blaze that broke out at a shoe manufacturing unit.