Visuals Of The Fire At National Museum of Natural History
A massive fire gutted out the National Museum of Natural History post midnight on Tuesday. It took fire services over four hours to douse the blaze with 35 fire engines pressed into service. No casualties were reported.
Large plumes of smoke emanating from the top floor of the FICCI building where the museum is housed, caught the security personnel’s eye at around 1:45 am. A call was made to the fire services and a few engines were rushed in from the Connaught Place fire station. No one was in the building at the time, fire services said.
“My security personnel rang me up and informed me about the smoke. I instructed them to call fire. By then I reached the spot. I also informed all FICCI members who also arrived in some time,” Jagmohan Bhisht, the caretaker in charge of security at the FICCI premises said.
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