Fire Broke Out In The Chemical Factory Of Agra In Uttar Pradesh

Suddenly a huge fire broke out in the chemical factory in Takia Lal Masjid located at Water Works of Hariparwat police station of Agra district. Seeing the flames, the common people informed the fire brigade
Image Credit: Prabhat Khabar
Image Credit: Prabhat Khabar

Suddenly a huge fire broke out in the chemical factory in Takia Lal Masjid located at Water Works of Hariparwat police station of Agra district. Seeing the flames, the common people informed the fire brigade. As soon as the information was received, about half a dozen vehicles of the fire brigade including local police reached the spot. Fire personnel brought the fire under control after several hours of hard work.

Flames in the chemical factory were very strong

According to the information, a sudden fire broke out in the chemical factory in Takia Lal Masjid located at Water Works of Hari Parvat police station late on Tuesday night. The flames in the chemical factory were very strong. The reason for the fire has not been revealed yet. Also, the local police has started an investigation to find out the reason for the fire.

Loss of lakhs of rupees is being feared due to the fire

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Image Credit: Representational Image

It is being told that the roof of the factory also collapsed due to the fire. However, this factory is under the name of Target Chemical. Target Chemical Factory is owned by Deepak Agarwal. In the initial information, it has been told that drums of cloth chemicals were kept in this factory. The flames in the chemical factory were very strong. The loss of lakhs of rupees is being feared due to the fire in the factory.

Police engaged in the investigation

After the incident of fire, the local police has started an investigation. However, it is being told that the cause of the fire has not yet been clarified as to what caused the fire. Fire brigade officer AR Sharma said that the fire has been completely controlled, the factory owner is being questioned.

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