New Delhi: A massive fire broke out in a building near the Chandni Chowk metro station, officials said on Monday. No casualty has been reported so far, they said. Atul Garg, director, Delhi Fire Service said a call about the fire was received around 10.40 pm on Sunday.
He said six fire tenders were rushed to the site initially. He said the fire call was later upgraded to serious and a total of 40 fire tenders were sent to douse the flames. More than 150 fire personnel were deployed at the site.
Garg said the fire was brought under control Monday morning. The cause of the incident is being ascertained, he added.
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