Delhi: Massive fire breaks out in Lajpat Nagar hospital, panic ensues, 16 fire brigade vehicles at the spot - Newztezz Online

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Delhi: Massive fire breaks out in Lajpat Nagar hospital, panic ensues, 16 fire brigade vehicles at the spot


A massive fire broke out at a hospital in Lajpat Nagar, Delhi at 11:30 am. 16 fire brigade vehicles are present at the spot. Rescue operation is underway. There is no information of any loss of life at the moment. Police is investigating the cause of the fire.

Big news has come from Lajpat Nagar in the capital Delhi. A huge fire broke out in an eye hospital here, after which there was chaos there. The fire department and police were immediately informed about it. The fire department team has reached the spot and efforts are being made to control the fire.

This massive fire broke out at Eye7 Chaudhary Eye Centre in Lajpat Nagar, South Delhi at 11:30 am. 16 fire engines are present at the spot. The cause of the fire is not known yet. After the fire broke out, a huge crowd gathered at the spot. The police first removed the crowd. Then the rescue operation started.

No casualties reported

The fire brigade team is trying to control the fire. There is no news of any casualties at the moment. Rescue operation is going on. Police is investigating the cause of the fire. This hospital is near Vinoba Bhave Metro Station. The fire is so fierce that smoke is visible all around the hospital. Police said that every effort is being made to control the fire. It is hoped that it will be controlled soon.

Fire breaks out in children's hospital

A few days ago, in a similar incident, seven newborn babies died in a massive fire at a children's hospital in Delhi. A total of 12 newborn babies were safely evacuated from the hospital. Otherwise, they too could have lost their lives. However, after the incident hit the headlines, it was revealed that the hospital was also in controversy a few years ago. The hospital owner Dr. Naveen Khichi was accused of harassing a newborn baby during treatment. It was also revealed that the hospital was registered.

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