Fire breaks out in Delhi's shoe factory, 15 fire tenders at spot

No injuries have been reported so far. The rescue operation is currently underway.

Fire breaks out in Delhi's shoe factory, 15 fire tenders at spot

NEW DELHI: A major fire on Monday broke out at a shoe factory in Mangolpuri Industrial area. As many as 15 fire tenders have rushed to the spot.

No injuries have been reported so far. The rescue operation is currently underway. The cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained.

On Saturday, another fire was reported from a garment manufacturing unit located in Delhi's Karol Bagh. The incident has left one person dead.

As many as five fire tenders have reached the spot.

On February 2, a fire broke out in a shoe factory near Delhi's Peeragarhi. The fire, which broke out in the wee hours, continued to rage on for more than five hours. One fireman was injured in the incident.

More than 20 fire tenders were on the spot, trying to douse the blaze.

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