Fire broke out in a three-storey building in Raghu Vihar, no casualty reported

On Wednesday, a three-story building in Jaipur’s Raghu Vihar area caught fire. It is reported that a short circuit caused the warehouse fire, which destroyed the structure and caused damage to nearby houses. No casualties have been recorded.

“The house owner has a business of paints and there was a stock of chemicals in the house due to which the fire spread rapidly. Several fire tenders have been pressed into service to douse the flames,” police stated.

Another similar occurrence happened on Tuesday when the renowned ‘Hollong Bungalow’ in West Bengal’s Alipurduar area caught fire. The well-known tourist lodge inside Jaldapara National Park caught fire on Tuesday night at nine o’clock, but there were no reports of injuries or fatalities, they added. To put out the fire, two fire tenders were dispatched, according to Chief Wildlife Warden Debal Roy.

The level of property destruction was not yet known.”The cause of the fire will be ascertained after a forensic examination… We have not received any report of injury or death or immediate threat to the wildlife in the surrounding area,” Roy stated.