7 dead as LPG blast triggers building collapse in Moti Nagar, Delhi

04 Jan 2019 09:30 AM

7 dead as LPG blast triggers building collapse in Moti Nagar, Delhi

Updated 04 Jan 2019 09:30 AM

Seven people were killed after an LPG cylinder blast in a building, where work related to ceiling fans was being carried out, in West Delhi's Sudarshan Park triggered a collapse bringing a portion of the structure down, police said.
The fire department received a call about the collapse at around 8.48 pm Thursday and eight fire tenders, along with ambulances, were rushed to the spot, they said.
"The incident took place in Sudarshan Park area after an LPG cylinder blast. Seven people have died. The building comprises ground and the first floors," Monika Bhardwaj, Deputy Commissioner of Police (West), said.

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