A fire broke out in the vehicle towing the plane at Delhi airport, the accident was averted in time
New Delhi, June 4: A fire broke out in the cargo bay at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi Airport on Friday evening. After which there was a stir there. In a hurry, the CISF personnel along with the team of fire brigade took the lead and brought the fire under control. No one was injured in this incident, but the vehicle was completely burnt. The airport administration has ordered an inquiry into the matter.
According to the information, smoke started coming out of the vehicle towing Air India at 5.20 pm on Friday. By the time the staff present there understood something, it had caught fire. The vehicle was then moved to a safe distance from the aircraft and the fire brigade team brought the fire under control. According to airport officials, the fire quickly spread to the entire vehicle, but their team extinguished it within 7 minutes and averted the accident.
fire broke out on the garbage mountain
On the other hand, the Bhalswa landfill site i.e. the mountain of garbage has also increased the concern of the government. There again on Friday, flames appeared and smoke spread all around. Due to which the people around are having trouble breathing. Just a month ago, there was a huge fire here, which took several days to extinguish.