Major fire breaks out at chemical godown in Thane's Bhiwandi, six fire tenders at the spot
New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: A major fire broke out at a chemical godown in Bhiwandi's Rahnal village of Maharashtra's Thane district on Wednesday, reported news agency ANI. A large plume of dark smoke due to the fire was seen coming out from the chemical factory.
More than six fire tenders have been pressed into action to douse off the fire.
As per the initial report, no one is injured or died in the incident. The cause of the fire was not known yet.
Maharashtra: Fire breaks out at a chemical godown in Bhiwandi Rahnal village in Thane district. More than six fire tenders have been pressed into action to put off the fire. pic.twitter.com/eFlMRLlQVG
May 6, 2020
Earlier today, another massive fire had broke out at the Tikri-Kalan PVC market on the Delhi-Haryana border during the early hours.
The call about the blaze was received at 2.50 am and 36 fire-tenders were rushed to the spot, a fire department official told PTI.
No casualties were reported, he said.
The scrap material, which was kept in the open, caught fire. The blaze was doused at around 12 noon and eight fire tenders were working on the cooling process.
more details awaited.
Posted By: James Kuanal