A major disaster was averted after a pushback towing vehicle caught fire at Delhi Airport, following the incident investigation has been ordered in the incident, information.
The big disaster was avoided as numerous aircraft
An incident of a fire breaking out at Delhi airport was reported after a pushback towing vehicle caught fire. Firefighters were eventually capable to put out the fire. According to the statement, a big disaster was avoided as numerous aircraft were near the cargo bay when the fire broke out.
- “On Friday at about 5:25 pm it came to notice that a pushback towing vehicle had caught fire at the cargo bay number 262 near celebs export barrier,” an airport official informed.
Soon after, firefighters were called to the location and the fire was completely brought under control.”The fire brigade immediately reached the location and controlled the fire.
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Notably, there were several passenger planes present at the moment of the incident, loading baggage. A video that is in possession of shows that at the time fire was told, several passengers aircraft were around the fire site, but no damage has been informed.
An internal investigation has been requested by the concerned departments, including the Cargo Department for the fire incident.
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