Kumbh Fire: No loss of injuries, rescue operation underway

14 Jan 2019 02:27 PM

Kumbh Fire: No loss of injuries, rescue operation underway

Updated 14 Jan 2019 02:27 PM

A cooking gas cylinder exploded in a tent at the Digambar Ani Akhada at the Kumbh Mela site, triggering a massive fire on Monday, a day before the fair officially opens, police said.
There were, however, no reports of any one being injured, Akhada police station inspector Bhaskar Mishra said.
According to officials, the fire broke out around 12.45 PM. Soon after, six fire tenders and eight ambulances were rushed to the spot.
Firefighters took about 10 minutes to control the blaze which engulfed the makeshift structure at the venue.

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