Delhi: Fire Breaks Out At AIIMS Hospital, Seven Fire Tender Rushed To Spot


The fire at AIIMS has been extinguished

New Delhi:

of the national capital Delhi AIIMS (AIIMS) in the hospital on Monday fire It took The fire started in the store room on the ground floor near the emergency. Seven fire tenders reached the spot and doused the fire. The fire was reported at 5 am on Monday. According to the information received, the patients were evacuated after the fire incident. Patients are standing outside. The fire has been extinguished. As of now, there is no news of any loss of life or property.

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According to the information, a fire was reported at Hauz Khas police station at 5:15 am in AIIMS. Smoke and sparks were seen coming out of a room in the AIIMS hospital. All the patients were evacuated safely. Seven fire tenders reached the spot and doused the fire. The situation is now normal and under control. There has been no casualty nor any injury to any person in this incident. Investigation is on to find out the exact cause of the fire.

Fire in Safdarjung Hospital canteen
At the same time, a fire broke out in the canteen of Delhi’s Safdarjung Hospital at 7.58 am. 3 fire tenders had gone. The fire was brought under control immediately. No one has been injured in this incident.

Let us tell you that even a few days ago, the incident of getting ahead in AIIMS came to the fore. On June 16, a fire broke out on the 9th floor of AIIMS, Delhi. 22 vehicles of fire brigade were dispatched to douse the fire. No one was injured in the incident as the floor was already vacated.

According to the fire department, they received an alert from the hospital at 10:32 pm. Preliminary investigation revealed that the fire started due to a short circuit in the refrigerator. The fire broke out in the convergence block of the hospital, which mainly houses various diagnostic laboratories and testing sections.

Video: Fire breaks out on 9th floor of Delhi AIIMS, no casualties


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