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Fire incidents in Kohima, Wokha, Dimapur, Mon, Tuli

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 4/11/2020 10:22:50 AM IST

Fire & Emergency Services mobilised a quick response team from fire station Kohima north and pressed into action to control the fire which was spreading towards boys hostel and staff quarters at Nagaland University campus, Meriema Kohima on April 9.

A press release from Fire & Emergency Services Kohima deputy SP (F&ES) T. Shilu Jamir stated that, few stretches of jungle were destroyed in the fire incident. Timely intervention of fire personnel managed to put fire under control and prevented from further spreading to the adjoining areas. No casualty was reported. Meanwhile, the response team was led by OC Neiketou Sopfu and duty commander ASI Neitho-o Keditsu. Meanwhile on April 7, jungle fire which broke out at Humtso Road, Vankhosung area Wokha was successfully contained by a quick response team from Fire Station Wokha, mobilised by Fire & Emergency Services. A press release from Fire & Emergency Services Wokha stated that, district administration, Police, SDRF, Home Guards, Civil Defence and public also helped and brought the fire under control. No casualty was reported. Response team was led by Keleseho Stephen OC and duty commander ASI Hayang. In a similar incident at Dimapur on April 7, Fire and Emergency Services mobilized a quick response team to control the fire from Fire Station Dimapur (Central) on receiving a fire call at Veterinary Colony, Dimapur. A pucca house was severely damaged by the fire incident. The cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained.  Fire & Emergency Services mobilised a quick response team from Fire Station Mon on news of fire outbreak at Lempong Sheanghah village Mon on April 10. Fire personnel managed to put fire under control. Granary along with four rooms was completely burnt down. Two persons received minor burn injury and were taken to Army base clinic at Lempong Sheanghah. The cause of fire is suspected to be from short circuit. The response team was led by OC Soyhunlo Kent and duty commander SI Thenuosielie Pielie. In yet another incident fire on April 10 at 10 Mile, Tuli, the Fire & Emergency Services mobilised a quick response team from Fire Station Tuli and pressed into action to control the fire. Timely intervention prevented fire from further spreading to the adjoining areas. No casualty was reported. The response team was led by OC Kingdongse Thonger and duty commander SI Asangba K Chang.

 

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