Major fire erupts at plastic factory in GurgaonMay 6th, 2009 - 10:10 pm ICT by ANI
Gurgaon, May 6 (ANI): A Major fire on Wednesday destroyed property worth millions at a plastic factory in Gurgaon, but there were no casualties.
The fire broke out in the morning hours at city’s Bhurji Super-Tek Industries Limited, a company engaged in the production of injection moulds and moulding of plasting parts such as TV cabinets, AC cabinets, etc.
Fifteen fire brigade vans were rushed from nearby towns to douse the flames.
“We are trying our best to control this fire, we have deployed all our fire-brigades in this operation. Around 15 fire brigades are deployed to douse this fire,” said Rajeev Sharma, Municipal Commissioner of Gurgaon.
No casualty has been reported so far.
District administration is taking stock of the situation to investigate the cause of the devastating fire.
The number of fire incidents rise in summers, when day temperatures soar above 40 degrees Celsius. (ANI)
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