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21 vehicles charred in blaze in Bangalore

HT Corespondent, Hindustan Times  Bangalore, March 18, 2013
First Published: 23:21 IST(18/3/2013) | Last Updated: 23:23 IST(18/3/2013)

Around 21 vehicles were charred after a fire broke out at the service station of a Bangalore-based cab services company on Monday.

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No casualties were reported in the incident.

According to fire department officials, the fire started in a bus in which repair works were being carried. The fire then quickly spread to other buses, which were parked nearby.

Located in Bangalore East, the service station was being leased by Infant Cabs, a private transport company that provides transport facilities to several IT and BPO firms in the city.

At the time of the incident, there were 50 buses and MUVs parked in the compound.


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