Gwalior Fire News: Major fire averted in the basement of Vishal Megamart

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Gwalior Fire News: Gwalior. New Zealand Representative. A fire broke out in the basement of Vishal Mega Mart located in Khedapati Colony of Phoolbagh on Wednesday due to a short circuit and the siren started sounding. This caused a stampede in the building. Smoke filled the basement. The fire was reported to the fire brigade and the fire crew brought the fire under control. A big accident was averted. It took two vehicles to put out the fire.

Markets have started opening after the end of Kovid curfew. Due to limited time, people are going out for shopping in the afternoon. People also came to this building for shopping. Cars were parked in the basement. Suddenly smoke started rising from the basement. A fire siren sounded in the building. People came out. People whose vehicles were kept in the basement were worried about their vehicles. The fire was reported to the fire brigade. Two vehicles reached the spot and doused the fire. There was a fire in the garbage kept in the basement.

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