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Carol College: A fire in Delhi's hotel fire killed 17 people

Опубликовано : 12-02-2019, 13:35 | Категория: World News   
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At least 17 people were killed in a hotel fire in Delhi.


 

After that, the dead had tried to keep the child trying to jump out of the window.

Officials have saved 35 people. Some were wounded and sent to the hospital.

The hotel Arpit Palace is located in Karol Bagh and is attracted by budget hotels and shopping.

Videos written by witnesses jump from house to house. One of them is that it hangs outside the building area before a man jumps.

"There was a wooden board in the corridor, so people could not get the corridor out of the hotel," fired Wipin Kent, an interview with Hindustan Times.

He told me what the fires were doing to continue the investigation. According to local media, the majority of deaths due to choking.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his condolences.
In India, a fire crashes.

Many buildings with old and new structures ignore the fire. In recent months, officials have shut down some of Delhi's special places, shops and restaurants that do not secure the train.

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The owners of commercial buildings have been told to build an additional floor without the necessary permission.

Delhi Subway Saidendra Jai ​​built the 5th floor with Arpit Palace's kitchen and terrace on the NDTV website.






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