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Fire breaks out at CGO complex in Delhi

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A fire broke out at a godown in west Delhi’s Punjabi Bagh area on Saturday, officials said.

A massive fire broke out at a warehouse in Delhi’s Punjabi Bagh this evening. Twenty-two fire engines have rushed to the spot to contain the fire at the area’s Transport Nagar. It is a warehouse for engine oil.

No casualties or injuries have been reported so far and a rescue operation is on, officials said.

Visuals show smoke billowing out of the burning godown as commuters look on.

On Friday, a fire broke out in a rear power car of a train as it was departing the New Delhi railway station in the afternoon. No casualties or injuries had been reported.

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