Fire Breaks Out In Warehouse In Ahmedabad's Danilimda Area

Reportedly 18 fire tenders and a robot van were sent to the spot for the firefighting operations.
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Ahmedabad: A Fire broke out in a warehouse in Ahmedabad's Danilimda area on Thursday. Reportedly 18 fire tenders and a robot van were sent to the spot for the firefighting operations.
Om Jadeja, Divisional Fire Officer, Ahmedabad Fire Service told news agency ANI, "Around 9 am, a fire broke out in an industrial shed which houses 10 godowns in the Danilimda area. 18 fire engines and a robot van have been called to gain entry to carry out firefighting operations. Nearby commercial and residential areas have been evacuated. The owner of the shed has confirmed that none of the labourers are missing."
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A massive fire broke out on the third floor of a shopping mall in the southern part of Kolkata on Friday, prompting authorities to evacuate the building, an official said.
Ten fire tenders were pressed into service to douse the blaze which broke out at the mall in Kasba area around 12.15 pm, he added.
"As of now, there is no report of any injury. Firefighting operations are underway. Some firefighters have entered the building wearing oxygen masks," the official told PTI.
The entire area was engulfed in smoke and traffic movement in front of the mall has been regulated, a senior officer of Kolkata Traffic Police said.
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With PTI Inputs
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