New Delhi, February 14 (IANS): A major fire broke out at a Delhi police warehouse on Sunday, destroying more than 10 vehicles stored there, an official said.
According to a fire official, a call about the fire was received at 12:42 p.m., after which eight firefighters were dispatched to the scene.
South West Police Deputy Commissioner Gaurav Sharma said the incident was reported from a centralized pit used to keep wrecked vehicles and chassis from the South West District in the area of the South West Police Station. Sagarpur.
A police chief, who was deployed there, noticed bushes on the back part of the field and immediately informed the control room, he said.
He further stated that there are nearly 300 to 400 properties of four-wheeler accident cases and among them, about 10 to 12 car chassis caught fire. Some two-wheelers were also damaged.
“The exact number of damaged vehicles will be counted from the list and records of the relevant police stations. The cause of the fire is being determined by the forensic team. We have registered a case at the police station. Sagarpur Police and an investigation is being carried out accordingly,” the DCP said.
No casualties were reported in the incident, he added.