Fire breaks out in Indian hotel

Several people were inside the property when the incident occurred

No information about injuries sustained was made available, neither was the damage sustained by the building evaluated. Image courtesy: goldengate.in
No information about injuries sustained was made available, neither was the damage sustained by the building evaluated. Image courtesy: goldengate.in

A massive fire broke out at the Golden Gate Hotel, in the Indian city of Indore.

According to reports by Indian media, several people were inside the hotel when it went up in flames. However, firefighters were able to safely evacuate them.

No information about injuries sustained was made available, neither was the damage sustained by the building evaluated.

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According to a report by NDTV.com, people in a neighbouring buildings were also evacuated as a precaution measure. 
The reason behind the fire is being investigated.

According to the hotel’s website, the property is “the only boutique hotel in Indore”.

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