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In Delhi, everything happened due to a fierce fire in a shoe factory, this second incident came to the fore in ten days.

New Delhi | In the country’s capital Delhi, for the second time in 10 days, the incident of fire in the shoe factory has come to the fore. A massive fire broke out at a shoe factory in Delhi’s Mangolpuri area on Monday morning. Due to which the loss of lakhs has come to the fore. The fire caused panic in the area. On information, the police and fire brigade vehicles reached the spot and brought the fire under control after a lot of effort. However, no casualties have been confirmed in this.

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20 fire tenders arrived to douse the fire
The fire department official said that the fire in the shoe factory was very severe, which had a lot of trouble in extinguishing it. Around 20 fire tenders reached the spot to douse the fire.

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Crowd of spectators on the spot, police engaged in investigation
The smoke of the fierce fire in the shoe factory spread all around. This black smoke was visible from a long distance. On information about the fire, a crowd of onlookers gathered at the spot. Due to which the police and fire department employees also had to face a lot. There has been a lot of damage due to the fire. However, the cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained. Police has started investigation. Let us tell you that this is the second incident of fire in a shoe factory in Delhi in the last 10 days. Earlier on December 17, there was a fire incident in a shoe factory in Delhi’s Narela Industrial Area.

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