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  • The fire broke out in a two-story building and the casualty’s family was living on the ground floor.
  • The reason for the fire has not been discovered yet.
  • Sindh work and instruction serve Saeed Ghani visits the affectees of the episode and pays his condolences.

KARACHI: Three kin copied to death in a house fire in Kashmir Colony after an announced postponement in the appearance of fire tenders to the spot.

According to police, the fire broke out in a two-story building and the casualty’s family was living on the ground floor. The kin who kicked the bucket in the occurrence were matured somewhere in the range of one and six years.

The top of the house, his better half, and another little girl were likewise harmed in the blaze.

The reason for the fire has not been found at this point, the police added.

Saeed Ghani visits the influenced family

Sindh work and training clergyman Saeed Ghani visited the affectees of the episode and paid his sympathies. Addressing the media, the priest said that the reason for the fire hasn’t become known as of now.

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He said the occurrence may have been because of a gas spill as the family was planning breakfast when the sad episode happened, notwithstanding, a short out was assessed by the police.

Ghani additionally noted with concern the postponement in the appearance of the fire detachment vehicles in spite of the way that a fire unit office was nearby.

The common pastor said that the conditions encompassing the occurrence will be discovered from the dad of the expired youngsters after his recuperation.

He likewise said that quality treatment is being guaranteed for the injured.

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