Fire tenders were reportedly not prepared to douse the fire

25 May 2019 09:24 AM

Fire tenders were reportedly not prepared to douse the fire

Updated 25 May 2019 09:24 AM

A massive fire engulfed a four-storey commercial complex in Surat on Friday, killing 21 teenage students at a coaching centre, many of whom jumped and fell to their deaths while some were suffocated. There were around 40 and 45 children in coaching centre at the time of the incident. 20 people, including a teacher, died after being burnt alive, while a child was killed after he was trying to jump off the building to escape the fire

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