Uttar Pradesh: Fire breaks out at Ghaziabad building; no fatalities reported
Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh: A fire broke out on the third floor of a building in Vaishali Road area of Ghaziabad district early on Saturday morning, said police.
According to Chief Fire Officer Rahul Kumar, "We received information about the blaze around 3:48 am on Saturday at the Fire Station Vaishali. The blaze erupted on the third floor of Lajwanti Plaza in Vaishali Road, Sector 4, Ghaziabad."
Shortly after receiving the information, a crew from Fire Station Vaishali left for the spot alongwith a fire tanker unit.
"After reaching the place of incident, fire officials spread the hose line and extinguished the flame. The officials also put out the thick fumes of black smoke emanating from the building," informed the CFO.
No casualties or injuries were reported in the blaze, added the official.
Earlier today, five persons sustained burns after a fire broke out in Mumbai's Bandra area, officials said.
It is suspected that the fire was caused by an explosion in a cooking gas cylinder, officials informed.
The injured were admitted to the Bhabha Hospital in Bandra for treatment, no casualties were reported.