Noida, September 30
A fire broke out at a multi-storey building of a call centre here on Friday morning, officials said.
The incident was reported at around 7.45am from a building located in A block of Sector 3, Noida chief fire officer Arun Kumar Singh said.
Five people who were caught up due to smoke and fire in the building were rescued by the fire fighters, Singh said, adding no casualty was reported.
"Four fire tenders were rushed to the site. The fire had broken out on the second floor of the building,” he said.
The fire was doused and assessment of loss to property besides cause of the fire was under way, the officer said.
The local fire service department had recently carried out an inspection drive to review fire safety systems and equipment installed in commercial spaces.
Notices were issued to multiple establishments where fire safety systems were not found up to the mark, according to officials.
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