The massive fire that broke out in the perfume manufacturing company located in Jharmajri, an industrial area of Solan district of Himachal Pradesh, could not be completely controlled even after 32 hours of hard work.
A massive fire broke out around 1:30 pm on Friday afternoon, but poisonous smoke is still coming out from the Aroma Company.
Chemicals are still burning at many places.
However, the huge flames of the massive fire were brought under control by the fire department late on Friday night.
But at some places the massive fire has still not been completely extinguished.
20 fire tenders were deployed to extinguish the massive fire yesterday. But still 10 fire tenders have been deployed to extinguish the fire on the spot.
As soon as the fire was extinguished in some parts, a search operation was conducted by NDRF teams in the afternoon.
Bodies of four workers have been recovered in the search operation conducted by NDRF in the afternoon.
However, the NDRF team has not yet been able to go inside the Aroma Company.
The search operation is being conducted by NDRF from Hydra only since afternoon.
The massive fire first broke out on the ground floor in the Aroma Company at around 1:30 pm on Friday afternoon.
Aroma Company Company is three storeyed. During the massive fire, perfume making work was going on in the Aroma Company. As soon as the massive fire broke out, two workers easily jumped from the ground and first floors, but there was a stampede in the second and third floors. Due to which 30 workers got injured due to the fall.
When the condition of five injured workers became critical, they were immediately referred to PGI Chandigarh, out of which one female worker, Pinky, has died. But the massive fire has still not been completely extinguished.
20 fire tenders were deployed on the spot to control the massive fire –
After the massive fire at Aroma Company, 20 fire tenders were deployed at the spot. Among the 20 fire tenders, additional fire tenders were also called from Baddi, Nalagarh, Pinjore, Army area Chandi, Parwanoo, Solan, Birla Textile, TVC Bhatian and Vardhaman.
After the fierce fire subsided a bit, 10 fire tenders went back late in the night.
But still 10 fire tenders are busy extinguishing the fire. In places where water is not reaching, fire is smoldering intermittently.
10 fire tenders deployed on the spot to control the massive fire –
Fire officer Joginder Singh told Diary Times correspondent Kumud Sharma that the massive fire is still smoldering. The fire was somewhat controlled late in the night, but water could not be poured at some places due to which the fire is burning there. Still, four fire tenders from Baddi, four from Nalagarh, one each from Solan and Parwanoo have been deployed at the spot. The ten fire tenders will not be removed until the massive fire is completely controlled.
CM Sukhu gave immediate instructions to the officials to provide all possible assistance to all the affected families –
Chief Minister Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu has expressed grief over the incident of fire in a private factory located at Jharmajri in Nalagarh area of Solan district. CM Sukhu has directed the top officials of Solan district administration to immediately investigate the entire incident and provide all possible assistance to all the affected families.
CM Sukhu has wished speedy recovery of all the injured workers.
CM Sukhu also expressed his condolences to the families of the deceased and prayed for peace to the departed souls.
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