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Fire breaks out at police station in state capital

Fire breaks out at police station in state capital

Patna, Nov 14 (UNI) Panic gripped cops posted at Kotwali police station in the state capital early this morning when fire broke out at the police station.

Sources at the fire office said that three big fire trucks from Lodipur fire station and one each from Sachivalaya and Kankarbagh fire stations struggled for nearly two hours to douse flames at the first floor of Kotwali police station. Nobody was injured in the mishap, sources added.

Sources said Lodipur fire station received information about fire breaking out at the police station at 7.34 a.m. and immediately fire tenders were rushed to the spot.Prima facie it appeared that the fire was caused by short circuit.

Meanwhile, deputy police superintendent (law and order) Dr Rakesh Kumar said that old documents were mainly burnt in fire. He said that the short circuit might have been caused due to cops using electric rods to heat water. Senior police superintendent Garima Malik and police superintendent (city-central) Vinay Tiwari reached the police station on the receipt of information about the mishap.

UNI DH KK

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