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Gujarat: Massive Fire Destroys Hotel In Jamnagar, No Casualties

|Jamnagar, Gujarat | Updated: August 12, 2022 08:49

On Thursday evening, a massive fire breaks out at a hotel in Jamnagar, Gujarat. There are no casualties as the police and fire department save 27 hotel guests.

Around 8.30 p.m., a fire began in the Hotel Alento near Sikka Patiya, according to the police.

According to Jamnagar Municipal Corporation (JMC) Chief Fire Officer K K Bishnoi, “A fire that started at an electric metre spread to a six-story hotel. Because the chemical was kept in an adjacent plot, the fire quickly spread.”

Firefighters from four nearby industries, JMC, Khambhaliya municipality, and Sikka Municipality arrived to put out the fire.

Premsukh Delu, Jamnagar’s superintendent of police, stated, “There were 27 guests inside the hotel, and all of them were saved, according to the hotel record. There were no casualties, and the hotel’s entire crew was also saved. The G G hospital received three patients who had complained of breathing issues.”

Jamnagar’s district collector, P S Zamsingh, informed: “To check if anyone is trapped, we are checking every nook and cranny of the hospital. According to our records, there have been no fire-related fatalities or injuries.”

As soon as the fire was reported, the government-run G G hospital alerted its physicians and nurses and made arrangements to deal with the emergency if a large number of patients were brought in.

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