- A fire broke out at a chemical factory in Haryana's Kundli area on Sunday.
- Firefighters were deployed from Delhi to douse the fire.
- Methanol and some other chemicals were kept in the factory, a police official said.
A fire broke out at a chemical factory in Haryana's Kundli area on Sunday. Firefighters are on the job to douse the fire, however, the cause was earlier unknown, the Delhi Fire Service informed.
About 50 fire tenders, many of them from neighboring Delhi, were pressed into the service to douse the flames. Methanol and some other chemicals were kept in the factory, a police official from Sonipat told PTI over the phone.
He, however, said no one is stated to be trapped inside the factory complex. "About 50 fire tenders, many among them summoned from Sonipat and neighbouring Haryana districts as well as from Delhi are trying to bring the flames under control," he said.
The cause of the fire is not immediately known, though a short-circuit may be the reason, he said.