Huge Fire that burnt at least 150 huts late Tuesday night near Karachi’s Teen Hatti has been doused.
As per details, No loss of life reported, according to Station Fire Officer Arif Usmani.
People whose huts burnt due to huge fire spent the night without shelter.
Usmani said at least five fire trucks left for the scene as soon as they informed of the blaze.
It took them around two hours to put the fire out.
The Karachi Water and Sewerage Board said it had imposed an emergency at all hydrants and also sent eight water tankers to battle the blaze.
Soon after the incident, three fire brigade vehicles, rescue teams and a huge contingent of police, rangers reached the scene and brought the fire under control after a hectic effort of two hours.
The injured shifted to Civil Hospital Karachi for treatment.
Fire brigade officials further said that the cause of the fire could not ascertained.
Provincial Minister of Sindh for Local Government, Public Health Engineering and Rural Development, and Katchi Abadies reached at the spot
While addressing media Saeed Ghani said as soon the incident reported the administration took action and rescue services reached at the spot.
He said all the affactees to compensated and all the best medical facilities provided to the victims.
Saeed Ghani said the administration Immediately managing tents and blankets for the victims.
Moreover he said The victims given food and other eatables.
In a separate incident of similar in nature that took place in February 2019 in Sanghar, three children burnt to death as fire gutted a hutment in district Sanghar’s Kandiari area.
The girls, eight-year-old Chandni, four-year-old Gori, and two-year-old Riyona, were visiting their relatives in Kandiari, where the incident took place.