2 houses burnt to ashes due to fire in Kullu, fire engines stuck in jam halfway

Two houses burnt to death in Kullu.

Fire in Kullu: Amar Chand and Gulab Chand’s houses burned to ashes. 13 members of both their families became homeless. An immediate relief of 5-5 thousand rupees has been given to the aggrieved family on behalf of the administration.

Kullu. A fire broke out in a one-and-a-half-storey house in Shillanala village of Laghatti along with Kullu district in Himachal Pradesh. After this, the local people informed the fire department. Fire brigade of Fire Brigade left for the incident at 3 pm. But in the Kullu-Peej road, the truck (truck) going to the bij near the furnace ran out of oil and due to this the fire tenders got stuck halfway.

Ambulance trapped in jam

3 dozen small vehicles and an ambulance were also stuck in the jam for two and a half hours. At the same time, two and a half floors of the houses in Shilanala village were gutted. The local people tried to extinguish the fire, but as soon as they saw the wooden houses, they turned to ashes. In this, the houses of Amar Chand and Gulab Chand were burnt to ashes. 13 members of both their families became homeless. An immediate relief of 5-5 thousand rupees has been given to the aggrieved family on behalf of the administration.

Due to the truck stuck on the road, the vehicles of the fire department could not go ahead.

What did the head say

Principal of Shillanala Panchayat Bir Singh said that there was a sudden fire from the shot circuit. Fire Department had reported, halfway fire engines were stuck. The family of Amar Chand and Gulab Chand have suffered a loss of Rs 10 lakh. Talked to Tehsildar Kullu and assured the ration family, tents and beds to the victim’s family, Rajendra, an employee of the education department, said that it was reported at 3:30 pm that there was a fire in Shilanala, which later informed the fire department. But a truck got stuck in the middle road due to run out of oil and due to this the fire tenders got stuck halfway.

What did the fire department say

Leading fireman Saranpat told that the information was received at 2.48 am. But on the way, the Tata-407 truck cannot run further due to the run out of oil. Dozens of vehicles and ambulances are also stuck in the jam.



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