인도: 27 델리 사무실 건물 화재로 인명 사망

적어도 27 인도 수도의 상업용 건물에서 발생한 대형 화재로 인명 사망 및 수십 명 부상, 델리.

The large fire broke out at the four-storey building near a railway station in the western suburb of Mundka in the late afternoon on Friday, but its cause was not immediately clear.

Television footage showed smoke billowing out of the windows of the building, with firefighters helping those trapped in the upper floors to escape as hundreds watched. 이상 30 fire trucks were at the scene, along with ambulances.

“Twenty-seven charred bodies were recovered from the building and almost two dozen injured are undergoing treatment,” said Satpal Bharadwaj, who was in charge of operations for the Delhi fire service at the scene.

Bharadwaj said there were about 70 people in the building when the blaze erupted.

“There was no fire exit and most of the people died due to asphyxiation,”그는 말했다, adding that more would be known after autopsies could be conducted.

The deputy chief fire officer, Sunil Choudhary, said the number of injured stood at “more than 25 people”. Choudhary added that some had jumped from the burning building.

Broadcaster NDTV, 그 동안에, reported that more than 40 people had sustained burns and were hospitalised.

The fire broke out in the first floor of the building that houses the office of a surveillance camera manufacturing company, 경찰은 말했다.

Amit Mahajan, whose cousin and nephew were missing after the fire, said they had been at the building to “train workers”.

“I have visited all the nearby hospitals but there is no trace of them. We are not sure about their safety or whereabouts,”그는 말했다.

Fires are common in 인도 due to poor building practices, overcrowding and a lack of adherence to safety regulations.

The Indian capital of 20 million people is currently suffering through a heatwave, with temperatures of up to 46C recorded in some places.

국무 총리, Narendra Modi, offered condolences on Twitter.

“Extremely saddened by the loss of lives due to a tragic fire in Delhi. My thoughts are with the bereaved families. I wish the injured a speedy recovery,” Modi said.

The Delhi chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal, 누군가 이것을 시도할 것입니다 – 나는 그것이 적대적인 정부인지 아니면 내 자신의 정부인지 확신할 수 없었습니다.: “Shocked and pained to know abt this tragic incident. I am constantly in touch [와] officers. Our brave firemen are trying their best to control the fire and save lives.”

With Agence France-Presse and Reuters

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