At least eleven fire tenders have reached the spot. No casualties have been reported so far. A massive fire broke out at an e-rickshaw parking station next to Delhi’s Jamia Nagar metro station on Wednesday, 8 June. Visuals shared on social media from the spot show the parking lot covered in flames.
At least 10 cars were damaged after a fire broke out in the Jamia Nagar metro station parking in Delhi. Apart from the cars, at least 30 new e-rickshaws, 50 old e-rickshaws, and 1 motorcycle were damaged. No casualties have been reported so far.
At least eleven fire tenders have reached the spot. Many vehicles have reportedly been destroyed, as per the Delhi Fire Service. At least 10 cars, 30 new e-rickshaws, 50 old e-rickshaws, one motorcycle, and two scooters have been charred in the fire, the Delhi fire services said. Seven fire tenders have reached the spot, and the fire is now under control. “Many vehicles were damaged and many e-rickshaws got burnt to ashes,” the Delhi Fire Service said.
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