Delhi Kirti Nagar fire: Blaze brought under control after 'swift action' by firefighters; no casualties reported

Asian News International
A fire which had broken out in a Delhi furniture market in Kirti Nagar area on Thursday night was brought under control by Friday morning.

New Delhi: Fire which had broken out in a furniture market in Kirti Nagar area on Thursday night was brought under control by Friday morning. No casualties were reported during the incident.

One of the eyewitnesses told ANI, "The fire occurred at about 11 pm on Thursday night. It started from a slum-dwelling. The fire spread to areas nearby as the fire brigade team had trouble reaching the site. However the firefighter teams acted very swiftly after reaching and it was their coordinated effort that prevented the fire from spreading to more buildings."

The fire had broken out in a furniture market in Kirti Nagar area of the city. More than 10 fire tenders were pressed into action to dodge the fire.

The reason behind the blaze is yet to be ascertained.

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