Fire breaks out at Zeliang colony in Dimapur
Dimapur, Sep. 14 (EMN): A fire broke out at Zeliang colony in Burma Camp, Dimapur, on Monday morning, before it was put under control by fire personnel.
An update from Fire and Emergency Services, Nagaland, informed that it received a call regarding a fire at Zeliang colony at around 10:26 am on Monday, following which it mobilised a quick response team from Fire Station Dimapur (Central) led by Duty Commander ASI, G Niamlungpou Gonmei.
‘Two fire tenders along with equipment and fire personnel were pressed into action. Due to timely response from fire personnel, properties worth over INR 10 lakh could be salvaged and prevented the fire from spreading and also the gas cylinder from explosion, if not it would be a devastating,’ the press release read.
The cause of fire was due to commercial LPG cylinder hose leakage and there was no casualty, it informed.