BREAKING | Lucknow Hotel Fire: Massive Blaze At Hotel Levana In Hazratganj, Many Trapped

BREAKING | Lucknow Hotel Fire: Massive Blaze At Hotel Levana In Hazratganj, Many Trapped

A massive fire broke out this morning at the Levana hotel in Lucknow’s Hazratganj. No casualties were reported as of now.

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According to early reports, a large number of guests and employees are trapped inside Lucknow’s Hotel Levana, where the fire started.

Attempts are being made to evacuate occupants from the hotel room. Until now, the police have rescued at least 13 people who were trapped inside.

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To free those who are stuck inside, emergency response workers are using iron rods to shatter hotel windows.

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Five killed As Fire Breaks Out At Building In UP’s Moradabad 

Earlier in August, a fire broke out at a multi-story structure in the Moradabad region of Uttar Pradesh, leaving at least five people dead and seven wounded, news agency ANI reported.

On the night of August 24, about 10 PM, a fire started in the four-story building.

Five people are apparently killed and seven people are reportedly saved in a fire that broke out in the building, according to the district magistrate of Moradabad. The seven individuals were then taken directly to the hospital due to their injuries.

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“Five people lost their lives while seven were injured after a fire broke out in a three-storey building in Moradabad. People of the same family were residing in the building. The fire department is conducting a further probe to ascertain the reason,” Shailendra Kumar Singh, DM, Moradabad informed ANI. 

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According to the report, the building was home to members of the same family.

At least two kids were among the deceased, according to the district hospital’s emergency medical officer. Fire-related injuries are the main cause of the deaths.