Mundka fire incident: Some jumped from the window and some came out hanging from the crane, how did people try to save their lives; View VIDEO

When it comes to life, helpless people put their lives at stake to save their lives. A similar scene was witnessed in West Delhi’s Mundka on Friday, where people trapped inside a building after a massive fire were seen jumping from windows and coming out through cranes and stairs to save their lives.

According to the information, after a massive fire broke out in a building near Mundka metro station on Friday, women and men trapped in the building were seen hanging with the help of cranes and stairs to save their lives. Along with this some people also jumped from the building. So far 27 people have died in this accident.

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Police said that over 50 people have been evacuated from the building and some more people are still feared trapped inside the building. The fire has been brought under control. Along with the fire brigade and police, now the NDRF team is also engaged in relief and rescue work.

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According to fire brigade officials, they received information about the fire at 4.45 pm after which more than 30 fire tenders were sent to the spot. The reasons for the accident are not yet known. The building has been completely gutted due to the fire.

All the injured are being treated in the hospital. At the same time, Delhi Police has taken the owners of this building Harish Goyal and Varun Goel into custody.